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6 Steps to Avoid Acne Breakouts

Summary: While commonly thought to be an adolescent problem, acne can appear at any age; most often on the face, back and chest.
Air Date: 6/19/14
Duration: 10
Host: Dr. David Friedman
Guest Bio: Crystal Wellman
crystalCrystal Wellman is a licensed Master Aesthetician and former aesthetic Instructor for Virginia, as well as an instructor in advanced skincare clinics in numerous states. She has attended countless advanced education seminars across the country and is passionate about keeping current with advances in the skincare industry. As an educator, Crystal strives to teach her clients how to properly care for their skin and get fabulous results. Specialties include advanced treatments that heal, correct and protect acne, aging and Rosacea skin conditions. Crystal is a certified acne specialist. ​Other certifications include Oncology, dermaplane and micro-dermabrasion.
 6 Steps to Avoid Acne Breakouts
According to the American Academy of Dermatology, acne is the most common skin disorder in the United States, affecting millions nationwide. Anyone can get acne, but it is most common with teenagers and young adults.

The condition is often marked by pimples and can be triggered from various causes, including hormones (puberty, pregnancy, etc.), stress and unhealthy eating.

However, acne is not totally out of your control.

Pimples form when the follicles under your skin get clogged, so by preventing that from happening in the first place, you can be proactive in keeping acne at bay.

Acne specialist, Crystal Wellman, joins Dr. Friedman to share some simple steps you can take to avoid those awful breakouts, no matter your age.

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