Acne, a common skin condition among adolescents and in some adults, is primarily caused by congestion of skin pores and usually occurs on the face and neck. Acne can also appear on the chest, back, shoulders and upper arms. The factors that influence the occurrence of acne, types of acne, treatment and preventive measures are offered in this presentation.
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