Acne most commonly starts at around age 11 for girls and 13 for boys.There is no scientific evidence to back up the claims that junk food and greasy foods cause acne. However, greasy food and junk food should only be consumed occasionally.There's no scientific evidence to back up the claims that oily skin or hair causes acne. But if your teen is experiencing more pimples under their fringe for example, it might be a good time for a change in hair styles.
Women frequently notice that their acne worsens the week before their periods.If you or your partner had problems with acne as a teenager, there is more likelihood that your teen will develop it.There's no scientific evidence to back up the claims that stress brings on acne. But many teens experience a break out right before big events in their lives. A little sympathy and reassurance can be a great help here. 



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