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Cerca de 50% das mulheres adultas, entre 21 e 30 anos, têm acne. 1 em cada 4 mulheres, entre 31 e 40, também sofrem com o mesmo problema(1) .

Entenda a diferença entre a acne da mulher adulta e da adolescente

Confira as particularidades da acne na mulher adulta e na adolescente(2,3).

QUAIS AS CAUSAS DA ACNE NA MULHER ADULTA?

Seus hormônios - Azelan®

Seus hormônios

A acne pode aumentar com a proximidade do período menstrual, quando ocorrem grandes alterações hormonais(4).
Histórico familiar - Azelan®

Histórico familiar

Cerca de 50% das mulheres adultas com acne têm mãe ou irmã com o mesmo problema(5).
Fumante - Azelan®

Fumante

Fumar pode piorar sua acne, levando a crises mais frequentes(8).
Outras causas - Azelan®

Outras causas

Não só a fritura pode piorar as condições da sua pele. Carne e laticínios podem aumentar a acne por causa dos hormônios aplicados nos animais(9).
Oleosidade - Azelan®

Oleosidade

Medicamentos, cosméticos, cremes e filtro solar com base oleosa podem causar e piorar a acne;
Muito sol também colabora com a oleosidade e surgimento de manchas(6).

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