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Are Smokers Prone to Acne! Read the Facts

There are as such no direct evidence on how smoking affects acne, but when observed indirectly, there are certain hints that approve smoking to be one of the causes of acne. Smoking appears to have both beneficial and harmful effects on the skin. On the positive side it dials down the overactive immune system in acne-prone skin. On the negative side smoking depletes vitamin E and increases sebum oxidation in the skin, and this makes the skin more prone to breakouts. Smoking also increases insulin and testosterone levels, both of which contribute to hormonal acne.

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