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Hormonal acne: Why do I always get acne on my chin and jaw?


If you already have acne or are prone to having acne, hormonal fluctuations can also make this worse, particularly on the lower part of your face.

Botanycl’s team said: “Hormone fluctuations may aggravate acne issues by increasing overall skin inflammation, oil, clogged skin cells in hair follicles and production of acne-causing bacteria.

Foods can also trigger hormonal acne, so you might want to lay off the junk food if you’re having a breakout!

The experts said: “It is said that sugary foods, carbs, and dairy are a trigger to hormonal acne although this is not a fact.

“It is best to eat whole, natural foods to help balance out your skin and not worsen any skin problems you may already have. Sugary food may cause an increase in acne.”





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