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Well this is going to be great help for people who have act because it turns out that teenagers aren't the only one.
We got an email from a viewer George -- -- he's nearly sixty.
And he still has acne is doctors prescribed topical creams and appointments I don't know if he's tried Accutane.
-- I didn't know that -- -- could last that long.
Yes actually in his email.
He -- that point of the email is does the fact that you have -- Into the sixties.
Mean that there is some other underlying.
Condition of which the -- is a manifestation.
In other words if you have acting does it mean you're gonna develop tuberculosis or this that -- the other thing.
The answer to the question is that persistent acne.
Is a cosmetic problem.
It's a nuisance it is not a threat to your life.
Now most acne patients with -- are teenagers.
-- -- the condition is due to the introduction into their system of the changing levels of hormones.
And they that acts on the amount of C boomer -- that the -- in this game produced.
They blocked the hair follicles they get on the skin you get Whitehead black heads.
Pimples all kinds of things and there are many treatments for heart.
And for the most part they're successful successful.
-- -- -- -- -- Anyway -- -- we'll have the first word.
Then -- antibiotics.
And then -- the -- and they.
Products which are basically do derivatives.
Of vitamin may.
They all work.
And there's nobody these days who who should have this figuring.
-- -- but the main question to this viewer is that the persistence of acting -- -- adult life is not uncommon.
We don't know why it happens it has nothing to do with what you -- -- nothing to do with personal hygiene.
I mean don't let people tell you that you don't -- your face often enough and things like that.
It happens it's too bad it happened to you but it will not shorten your life has been it will simply compromise its quality somewhat.
Well from -- -- aspirin.
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