Driven to Distraction: The Impact of Acne in a Digital Era

With millions of people living, working, attending school and socializing through the lens of a computer camera, self-image and confidence are quite literally on display, especially for the 85% of teens and young adults with acne.1 New routines, habits and mindsets have been established in this virtual world that created new insecurities, but also unexpected opportunities for change. Acne is the most common skin condition in the United States and by now, many know the emotional toll it can take, but how does that translate to our new virtual presence?1,2…