Patients having polycystic ovarian disease (PCOD) often suffer from what is known as cystic acne, which is a result of the hormonal imbalances in the body.

  • Lower half of the face (cheeks, jawline, chin and upper neck).
  • Stress , body weight and an erratic body clock are aggressors of this syndrome.

If your acne happens to be a part of this syndrome, you might also experience the other symptoms of this condition such as – excessive hair on the face, hair fall from the scalp, obesity, pigmentation on the neck, slight balding patch at the parting of your hair, tenderness of your breast and most common of all, an irregular menstrual cycle.