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if you have mild teen acne will you have mild adult acne? will the acne be the same amount?

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Not necessarily: But you might be more susceptible. Much of acne is cause by hormonal changes that occur in puberty and once you have got past that things tend to get better.
Answered on Feb 24, 2018
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