New research by innovative 100% natural food supplement company Works with Water Nutraceuticals, undertaken to gain a better understanding of how acne affects its sufferers, reveals some shocking results.
Across all ages, it appears that a staggering 75% sometimes or often feel depressed because of their acne, with a further 17% saying their acne ‘always’ makes them feel depressed. Worryingly, 14% of participants also say that their acne – or the drugs that they have taken to treat it – has made them feel suicidal.
The survey completed by 100 acne sufferers highlights that acne is not only a teenage problem as more than a third of acne sufferers turns out to be older than 25. Just over three quarters of the respondents (77%) have suffered from acne for more than three years, causing them long-term grief. And a quarter of acne suffers are convinced they will never be acne free during their lifetime.
Eight out of ten of the acne sufferers say that their acne has a negative effect on their daily lives, while 58% state it sometimes or often lowers their confidence levels and a further 38% reveal their confidence levels are always lowered because of their acne.
Almost two thirds of surveyed people (62%) admit they have declined offers to go out because of their acne and 68% feel their acne has affected their chances of getting a boyfriend or girlfriend. Furthermore, acne has been the cause of bullying for 37% of respondents.
Jules Birch, Founder and CEO of Works with Water Nutraceuticals, who commissioned the research says: “These survey results prove that acne is more than just a skin condition and causes emotional and psychological side effects, including low confidence levels and feeling depressed. It appears 58% of acne sufferers surveyed have tried prescription drugs to treat their acne, but often these products didn’t cure the problem. Acne is difficult to treat, but with the right health supplements and skincare regime, we know great results can be achieved!”
For more information on the survey, case studies or the product help: clear skin, please contact Sarah Vrancken (SVPR) on email@example.com or 07891 828 787.
Notes to editor:
About help: clear skin from Works with Water Nutraceuticals:
Works with Water Nutraceuticals developed help: clear skin to offer acne sufferers a 100% natural solution for their skin. Formulated with scientifically supported ingredients, the proven treatment helps to clear spots, blemishes and oily skin within 6 weeks and comes in a soluble formula packaged in individual sachets, which can simply be mixed with your favourite beverage or soft food.
The key active ingredient in help: clear skin is Praventin – a bioactive protein extracted from milk using advanced scientific methods. The skin clearing effect is only activated when it is extracted from the milk, which is why drinking milk does not deliver the same benefit.
Praventin is rich in Lactoferrin, known to reduce the development of bacteria responsible for many skin impurities. It also helps to prevent blemishes and spots forming due to its antimicrobial effect.
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help: clear skin is available from Boots, Waitrose and Holland & Barrett stores and online at ocado.com and www.workswithwater.co.uk, priced at £14.79 and £49.99 for a week’s or month’s supply (month’s supply only available via website).
Visit www.workswithwater.co.uk for more information.
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