Treatment of Adult Acne in Women: Spotlight on "Hormonal" Treatments

While acne is often thought of as a skin condition that affects teenagers, in many cases it either starts in or persists into adult life.  Adult acne is more common in women, in whom it is estimated that 25% of women in their 30s and 12% in their 40s still experience breakouts. Adult acne may have different features than acne in teenagers and younger women, and in some cases it requires its own approach to treatment.

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