Question: Why do I always get acne on my chin? Cheeks? Forehead?
It has long been believed that breakouts on certain areas of your face are triggered by certain things internally. For example, acne along the chin and jaw line signify hormonal imbalances. Acne on the forehead usually means toxin build up of some sort.
For detailed information about what acne on different parts of your face means and the suggested solutions for their treatment, check out Skinacea’s Acne Face Map. This will be especially helpful if you tend to break out in the same place all the time. For information about why you get pimples on certain parts of your body and how to treat it, check out the body acne map.
Please keep in mind that there are a number of other factors that can be responsible for breakouts, both internal and external. For more information, learn about the 13 most common causes of acne.
Last updated: September 17, 2012
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