Three Reasons to Seek Out Acne Treatment Today

According to the American Academy of Dermatology, acne is the most prevalent skin problem in the United States. The Academy reports that an estimated “40 to 50 million Americans have acne at any one time.” Acne is a common ailment, but its pervasiveness does not mean that the effects are any less detrimental. Indeed, the impact of this skin condition can be extremely damaging—both physically and psychologically. Chances are, either you and/or someone you know suffers from acne. It is important that people who struggle with these skin issues do not wait to seek treatment. Here, we provide an in-depth look at three reasons why anyone suffering from acne should get immediate help in getting their skin back to a normal, healthy state. 1. Acne blemishes negatively impact your appearance. In a recent national survey conducted by Harris Poll and commissioned by Cutanea Life Sciences, Inc. (CLS), 71% of participants reported that acne negatively affected “their body image and attractiveness.” Acne-induced blemishes can change the way people perceive you, as well as the way you perceive yourself. Negative self-perception can trigger a host of emotional stressors(see section three below), which can ultimately impact daily life and relationships for the worse. It’s hard to look your best if you have acne, and if you’re not looking your best, it’s hard to be your best. 2. Acne can lead to permanent scarring. Once an acne-related wound heals, the blemish can sometimes morph into a scar. The National Institute of Health (NIH) divides acne-related Acne scars into three main categories:atrophic, hypertrophic, and keloid. Each type has varying degrees of severity, but each one is permanent. As skin ages and natural collagen loss occurs, acne-related scars become more pronounced. There is treatment available to reduce acne scars, but pursuing earlier interventions—solutions sought before scarring takes place—are the best option. 3. Acne can cause emotional distress. Perhaps it comes as no surprise that people with acne also tend to experience heightened anxiety, maintain lower self-esteem, and are also more susceptible to struggling with depression. Because acne often makes people feel unattractive, it can have long-lasting negative effects on their confidence levels. As stated by the American Academy of Dermatology, studies indicate that “the longer acne lasts, the more likely it is to affect one’s emotions.” So what does this mean? It means you should seek treatment early on, if at all possible. There are various ways to combat this pernicious skin condition; if you have acne, do not wait to get help. The sooner you work to get it under control, the more likely you are to maintain a healthy emotional state. Are you interested in pursuing acne treatment? Do not wait any longer. Call 7Q Spa to speak with a physician about which treatment option would be best for you.

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