Los Angeles, California (PressExposure) October 16, 2009 -- How to get rid of acne is already a common issue among an increasing number of American adults. Changes in dietary habits, the growing incidence of stress and a shift in the attitude towards body aesthetics over the last few decades are usually seen as the root cause for the surge of adults looking for some sort of remedy for their acne. Disappointed by the results obtained with traditional acne cures, these days the answer comes many times in the form of a herbal treatment for acne.
As part of their study "Prevalence of facial acne in adults", published by the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, Goulden and Cunliffe reveal the fact that average age of the american population being treated for some kind of acne related condition has risen from 20.5 years to 26.5 years. This is commonly explained by two facts: on the one hand, there is a greater incidence of acne in the american adult population; on the other, a growing number of adults is now searching how to get rid of acne, mostly because of pressure from their pears. At the same time, the latest studies on the subject tend to conclude that a combination of a fat-rich diet with stress ( two common factors in the lives of many americans nowadays ) may be responsible for the growing number of cases of acne among the adult population. Recent statistics also reveal that the popularity of herbal acne cures is increasing significantly, particularly among younger adults of both sexes.
Even though treatments to get rid of acne keep multiplying, the tendency of acne to be present among an older population is far from declining. New generations of natural acne treatments, though, seem to be giving new hope to adults all over America by attacking the root cause of acne (the production of sebum) instead of just masking the symptoms.