Pimples, zits, breakouts, acne, blemishes, spots, bumps –
Did you know that nearly all teens have them at some point due to hormone changes? You should know you are not alone! About 4 of every 5 people between the ages of 11 and 30 have outbreaks at some point.

Having an outbreak can be frustrating and even affect your self esteem. Although acne is usually not a serious health threat, it can be upsetting, and severe acne can lead to permanent scarring.2

It’s even common to see adult acne during someone’s 20s, 30s or even 40’s. That’s why it’s important for any of us dealing with acne to understand what it is, and how you can prevent breakouts from happening in the first place.

For Teens

Tips for taking care of your acne

For Adults

Learn about acne
and how to treat it

For Parents

What parents should
know about teen acne