By Laura House For Daily Mail Australia – Daily Mail


Australian childcare worker, Stephanie Samonte, 26, was lucky enough to have relatively acne-free teenage years. 

But at 21, Stephanie started noticing acne on her forehead and on the sides of her face before it gradually progressed onto her cheeks and T-zone. 

‘It aggravated over time, especially anytime I was feeling stressed,’ Stephanie told Daily Mail Australia. 

‘It was manageable at first but then the acne progressed into red, open lesions and it really hurt. It was especially painful in the shower or whenever I tried to put make up on.’ 

Australian childcare worker, Stephanie Samonte, 26, was lucky enough to have relatively acne-free teenage years but in her early twenties she developed severe adult acne 

‘It was manageable at first but then the acne progressed into red, open lesions…



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