Examples of acne in a Sentence
a teenager with bad acne
Recent Examples of acne from the Web
The summer job, once as common among American teenagers as acne, is all but disappearing.
After struggling with severe acne on her face, back, and chest, Bianca Lawrence, now 24, was prescribed medication that was supposed to clear up her skin.
Extract from pearls can also be used as an anti-aging serum and can even act as a solution for acne.
Too much oil in the skin is one of the leading causes of acne.
What to expect: After trying every over-the-counter product to nix her chin and jaw acne, Lauren, 36, said this little machine cleared up her skin in just 48 hours.
The brand that’s behind the award-winning acne pimple patches made a product that’s just as popular and sold out in a matter of hours when it was first released.
Retinoids sink into your skin and stimulate the production of new skin cells, which speeds up exfoliation, increases collagen production, brightens scars and dark marks, smooths fine lines and wrinkles, and, yes, destroys acne.
Ingrid Nilsen, however, wants to remind her followers that perfect skin isn't synonymous with beauty — and posted an acne-positive selfie to prove it.
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ACNE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of acne for English Language Learners
medical : a condition in which the skin on a person's face, neck, etc., has many small, swollen spots (called pimples)
ACNE Defined for Kids
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