Acne can be caused by many a thing, bad diet, poor exercise routine, lack of skin care regime, poor hygiene, bad luck, genetics you name it. However, there has been a growing concern around the effects of caffeine on acne and whether or not it is a cause of acne itself. This will be discussed below.
Acne is one of the most prevalent skin diseases around the globe – right now an estimated number of 633 million people suffer from some kind of acne outbreak. With around 60 million cases in the US, acne has risen to the number one skin disease in the country and the numbers are rising. Usually, Acne peaks during the puberty of boys and girls and become less frequent for young adults. Around 40 % of adults suffer from Acne after the age of 25, whereas women are overly represented. For many people, Acne leads to severe psychological stress and social withdrawal.
In this article, I will take a closer look at the statistics around acne to give a better understanding of the disorder and the implications we can derive from it.