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Acne and Bullying

November 19, 2018 by Samantha Smith
Acne and bullying

As it is Anti-bullying week, we wanted to addresses the issue of bullying as we know many with acne are victims of bullying. Appearance is the number one reason for being picked on.

Being bullied is not as rare as you may think. The Annual Bullying Survey 2018 in partnership with 36 schools and colleges across the UK has found that 45% of young people experience bullying before the age of 18.

Of course, these days bullying doesn’t only happen at school. As technology is now a part of teenagers’ lives, bullies can target individuals by text messages and via social media. Avoiding your bullies is far more difficult in 2018.

40% of respondents to the survey reported being bullied for personal appearance. Body shape, size and weight are the main physical features that can make you a target.

Acne specialists agree that the psychological scars of acne can be worse than the physical ones. Already impressionable young people being much more self-conscious about their looks as we are confronted with selfies and filters on a daily basis.  The face is obviously the most prominent feature of this phenomenon. Social media platforms are set up to emphasise this further.

It is important to remember no-one is as perfect as they portray themselves to be on social media. But living with acne can be difficult and so here are a few tip to help if you are looking for an acne treatment but require additional support:

Get Support

It is of the upmost importance you enlist the support of friends and family. Be open and let them know how you feel and how they can help. The worst thing you can do is alienate yourself. Don’t forget, people care about you and will want to be a support to you.


Follow a good skin care routine to maintain skin health. Always choose non-comedogenic skin care products to avoid clogging pores. These include any creams or lotions as well as make-up. Remove any make-up before bed. Choose skin care products that do not contain alcohol as they dry out skin causing an over-production of sebum, promoting breakouts. Above all else, find what works best for you. These are just a few guidelines to get you started.

Be active

Research shows exercise promotes a positive attitude and feeling of well-being.  Be social. Make an effort to visit with friends and attend social events.

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