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Your Acne and the Society (Social impacts of acne to a person)

Your Acne and the Society (Social impacts of acne to a person)

“Some people think that the physical things define what’s within… So full of the superficial…”

We could not deny the fact that in this world of beauty magazines, you would always feel that there is a need to look good. What would you feel when there are red oily humps on your face? Of course, this would matter much.


When one has ACNE, it would definitely cause an effect that would let the person not only feel a certain “missing ____” inside. Not only that, the following are even worse outcomes brought about by having ACNE in connection with the present society:

Social withdrawal
Decreased self-esteem
Reduced self-confidence
Poor body image
Feelings of depression
Higher rate of unemployment
There are 3 key points to consider in seeking for the best way of solving acne problems:
Solution takes time so never resort to “fast-promise” remedy. Bear in mind that it will not get healed over night; it is a case of patience and dedication. Patience to wait for the right time to heal and dedication to do one’s regimen for treatment are all needed.
Not all methods will work for all. Do not think that the method for A and B are also good for you. Each of us has a unique skin type so consider all options and be keen in choosing one.
You may need a dermatologist’s advice. Do not experiment this time. Acne is a sensitive skin problem so it needs delicate way of treatment. Seek the expert’s help or else you will end up with a worsen condition.
Society favors those who look good. We do not have to look perfect in order to meet that standard. We just have to have the confidence and it could be obtained if one feels comfortable with his or her self. This is achieved when you get the healthy skin you want.


MaPomDen.com is Ghana’s Health Hub Spearheaded by Dr. Frank Dartey Amankonah (Dr. Doo), a Medical Doctor with extensive Healthcare experience and WordPress skills, and works for a Mission Hospital in Ghana.His main aim is to bring Health education to all and sundry and make people comfortable to ask their health-related questions freely and a friendly way to understand their conditions.Dr. Frank A Dartey has B.Sc. Human Biology (2009) and MBChB (2012) from the School of Medical Sciences (SMS)- KNUST, Ghana.

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