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Acne can be irritating, but treatment shouldn't be.

When it comes treating acne, there are a wide range of topical options available to help manage this skin condition.5,6 However, skin irritation is a known side effect of some treatments and can be the main reason for stopping their use.5,7,8

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Got acne-prone skin? You’re not alone; acne affects 85 percent of 12-14 year olds, and up to 64 percent of adults globally. Having little spots that appear on your complexion is totally normal – most people experience this at some point of their lives – and luckily, a lot of the time, it can be managed with the right products.

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