Bacne, a combination of “back” and “acne,” is almost as common as it is annoying. Pre-pubescent teens and adults alike who suffer from bacne understand that it’s a whole different can or worms to deal with than pimples that show up on your face. Still, because bacne is caused by overactive sebaceous glands on the back, it shares some treatment similarities with other forms of acne vulgaris. If you want to learn different ways of putting bacne in a chokehold and reclaiming your clean, sculped back, read on.
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