Study lets teens talk about acne therapies

August 19, 2008

San Francisco - American teens would pay an average of $275 to have never had acne, according to a study, published in the Archives of Dermatology, where researchers surveyed 266 high school students in San Francisco.

San Francisco

- American teens would pay about $275 to have never had acne, according to a study published in the

Archives of Dermatology

.

Researchers surveyed 266 high school students in San Francisco, and found that teens said they would also pay $100 to be acne-free and only $10 to have 50 percent acne clearance or $0 for clear skin with acne scars, U.S. News and World Report reports.

Teens with more severe acne said they would be willing to trade more time and money to clear their acne compared to those teens with less severe acne.

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