Teens Would Pay To Never Have Had Acne

Most teens have to deal with the awkward situation of experiencing a lot of acne development during at least short phases in their young lives. Some teens have it worse than others. And for many, the emotional scars of having acne last for a long time after the physical appearance of the problem has gone away. Perhaps that is why teens would be willing to pay a good chunk of change to have never had acne in the first place. A new study reveals that teens would pay an average of $275 to not have to have gone through the problems associated with acne. That doesn't sound like a lot of money to some adults but that's a big chunk of a teen's allowance and points to the fact that teens remain uncomfortable with acne despite the fact that it's a problem plaguing most of their peers. The good news, of course, is that teens and adults can both pay to reduce the appearance of acne and the physical changes that it causes to the face. Acne scars are common and are something that adults can choose to get removed using a variety of different skin procedures including microdermabrasion, laser resurfacing and chemical peels. Question of the Day: How much would you be willing to pay to have never had acne as a teen? Photo Link
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