1 Hormonal changes
Breakouts on the bottom third of the face often indicate a hormonal shift.
A lack of proper nutrition (including overindulgence) and not enough hydration can cause acne outbreaks
because your skin doesn’t have the nutrients it needs to thrive.
Often difficult to manage on a regular basis, stress can show up on your face, literally, manifesting in acne outbreaks.
Lack of sleep plays a huge role in acne development. Without proper sleep, skin regeneration and healing can’t occur.
5 Heredity and skin type
Sadly, your skin might simply be congested and genetically prone to break outs.
6 Environmental concerns
Exposure to pollutants (including too much sun) also plays a role.