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Infant acne, or acne infantum, typically begins in the third to sixth month of life and is often
more severe than newborn acne.

This type of acne affects boys more than girls and can last from months to years. The acne typically involves the face and can present with comedones, pimples, and even cysts and nodules.

Infant acne may occasionally be associated with underlying hormonal problems and acne that does not seem to improve should prompt a visit to a physician.

Infant acne is treated much the same way that adult acne is treated.

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