Whilst we have all probably had to deal with a zit or a pimple at some time in our lives (indeed some 80% of the population will suffer from an acne outbreak at some point), sadly for some people acne can be a much more severe issue and in extreme cases can even lead to mental health problems.
Millions of people around the world suffer from adult acne. Although acne and its formation isn’t entirely researched and understood as of yet, there are a number cases when dermatologists understand the why’s and how’s, and actually have the means to prevent it.
Acne has bothered people since time immemorial, popping up at the most untimely moments: photoshoots, weddings, first dates… no matter how hard you try, it seems to show up when you least want it to. And unless you’re a superhuman who’s resistant to dermatological problems, you’ve probably experienced an acne breakout at least once in your lifetime.
Your cheeks are one of the most visible areas of your face, and unfortunately, this is where acne tends to pop up the most.
There are tons of medications and natural remedies readily available for you to choose from. But before you find out what’s the best treatment for you, it pays to know what exactly causes cheek acne and how to prevent it from ever popping up on your face again.