In girls and women, the timeline during the menstrual cycle shows an increase in acne on the skin.
Hormonal changes at the onset of puberty or during pregnancy can also cause the pores on the skin to get clogged up.
A sudden start or stop in the use of birth control medication can also result in acne showing up on the skin.
Heredity and the use of greasy cosmetics also results in the appearance of acne.
Teenagers show an increased manifestation of acne as the hormonal changes during puberty add to the sebum build-up, leading to more inflamed pores.
Lifestyle changes, especially being subject to a lot of stress, can also result in acne developing on the skin.
April M. Monterrosa is the Owner of The Lil Spa Room , PCA Skin Certified, a Nuskin Skin Care Distributor, Founder of Wonderfully Wise Women, & a Writer for SAXtreme Magazine. Just a simple & Proud Latina from San Antonio, Texas, a Marine Corps wife, Mama of a Dachshund, & a licensed Cosmetologist of 17+ years, blogging about things I love most…Beauty, Love, Life, Spa, Wine, and everything else in between! Check out my Beauty Blog at: lilsparoom.com