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Keke Palmer like us, hope someone has cured adult acne

Keke Palmer asked a very common question in an Instagram video yesterday: Why don’t we have a cure for adult acne? More specifically, the 28-year-old actor wondered why plastic surgeons – who, admittedly, have been performing very complicated procedures – haven’t addressed the problem.

“Good morning, you guys. I’m just thinking about the fact that plastic surgeons are awesome,” Palmer told her 11.2 million followers. “Well, they can give you breast augmentation, over the muscle, under the muscle, liposuction, tummy tuck, BBL, they can even implant the muscle — I mean, the list goes on and on. But they can’t figure it out How to clear someone’s skin. Are you kidding me?”

The Nope star then proposed a…skin graft : “All these inventions over the years – don’t you know how to take beautiful skin off my butt and put it on my face? I’m sick of it. I’m done. Adult acne people here Struggling, haven’t you figured out a cure yet? I’m done.”

Palmer has spoken openly about her acne in the past: in a 2020 post In, she says it’s a symptom of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), a hormonal imbalance, and encourages her fans, who are also battling adult acne, to “know you’re not alone.”

In yesterday’s post, she also urged the medical community to do something, writing, “All these years!! Plastic surgeons, you all want to Know where the real money is? In clearing acne. All the hard work of having to find the perfect diet and trying an expensive facial every other day is enough. Giving us the plastic surgery we pray for and making dark skin possible too I need double love.”

Acne is often seen as something that plagues people during adolescence, but it can last well beyond high school. According to the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD), some people, especially those who experience hormonal fluctuations, continue to develop breakouts (even for the first time) into their 30s and beyond. In fact, a paper published in JAMA Dermatology in the early 2000s concluded that in the United States, women over the age of 25 and 40% of men , up to 54% suffer from facial acne.

Palmer wants to change that – she’s ready to pay for a product that works. She ended her caption saying, “I’ll put my house on the market to pay for whatever it takes… #FEDUP #HollerIfYouHearMe.”


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