Win pedicure sets in our acne survey
Survey ends: 12 May 2017
Have you ever had acne? Do you care for anyone who has acne or gets regular spotty breakouts? If so, we want to hear from you. Enter our Acne survey and be in with a chance of winning in our GIVEAWAY of 50 exfoliating pedicure sets:
Acne is so much more than just the odd few spots here and there. It is a serious condition that can have a tremendous impact on confidence and self-esteem with long lasting effects.
A study conducted by the British Skin Foundation showed that more than half of acne sufferers (57%) have experienced some form of verbal abuse from friends, family and other people they know due to their skin condition. Plus over 20% of those with acne have thought about or attempted suicide. It is clear that this is a condition that causes great emotional strain, and one that requires more awareness and support than is currently available.
talkhealth are developing a dedicated site to offer such support and advice to teenagers living with acne. Prior to the launch, we would like to better understand your experience with acne. Whether you have, or had acne yourself, care for someone with acne, we'd love to hear from you.
The survey will close on Friday 12th May. On closure all entrants who have completed the survey in its entirety will be entered into a prize draw for the chance to win 1 of 50 pedicure sets, the perfect way to prepare for spring/summer!
We truly value and appreciate any assistance and feedback you can offer in the development of our new and exciting teen acne site, and thank you for your help.
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