It's time to talk about acne.
If you’ve ever felt self-conscious about your acne, you’re not alone. Did you know acne is the most common skin disease in the US?1
Many teens with acne feel distressed by it, and those with it on their body often feel as though it limits the activities they want to do, and some may even shy away from physical contact.1 But you don’t have to feel that way.
Take a moment to get the facts on face, chest, shoulders, and back acne and ways to help treat it.
Educate yourself with
ACNE CAN BE PAINFUL AND EMBARRASSING
Acne impacts self-esteem, relationships, and overall happiness,2,3 especially in teens.
OF TEENS AND YOUNG ADULTS HAVE SKIPPED A SOCIAL EVENT OR DATE BECAUSE OF ACNE3
7 IN 10
SINGLES WITH ACNE FEAR REJECTION, ESPECIALLY WHEN IT COMES TO DATING3
OF TEENS AND YOUNG ADULTS ARE LESS PRODUCTIVE AT SCHOOL OR WORK WHEN THEY HAVE ACNE FLARE-UPS3
IN CLINICAL STUDIES, IT WAS FOUND THAT:
OF PEOPLE WITH FACIAL ACNE ALSO HAD CHEST, SHOULDERS, AND BACK ACNE2
PEOPLE WITH CHEST, SHOULDERS, AND BACK ACNE OFTEN FELT EMBARRASSED USING
TRANSITIONING TO A VIRTUAL WORLD HAS BEEN ESPECIALLY CHALLENGING4
OF TEENS AND YOUNG ADULTS WITH ACNE SPEND MORE TIME ON VIDEO CALLS THAN BEFORE THE PANDEMIC4
OF YOUNG ADULT ACNE SUFFERERS WORRY ABOUT THEIR APPEARANCE ON VIDEO CALLS4
OF TEENS AND YOUNG ADULTS HAVE NOT SPOKEN UP IN A VIRTUAL CLASSROOM DUE TO ACNE EMBARRASSMENT4
AKLIEF® (trifarotene) Cream, 0.005% is a safe and effective prescription treatment proven for patients who experience facial and truncal acne.5 Speak to your dermatology provider if you’re experiencing mild-to-moderate acne.