Hormonal Impact On Acne

Hormonal Impact On Acne

There is a sharp increase in androgen hormones during puberty, which is why acne suddenly erupts during adolescence. Testosterone is found in both men and women but as men have higher levels, they tend to have more severe and longer lasting acne as compared to women. The hormone Testosterone is also responsible for causing Adult Acne in women. The sharp decrease in estrogen and rise in testosterone during ovulation, menses, pregnancy and menopause is the likely trigger. It is during these periods of life that women are more likely to develop or have worsening acne bouts.

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