Jolana Sturgeon, 37, used to buy these acne products for her teenager, but now, she's got a set in her bathroom. The mother of 5 says she didn't have acne in high school but, she's now spending $30 a month to treat her pimples.
Doctors say adult female acne is a lot tougher to treat than child acne because it's chronic and leaves dark spots.
For prescription medication the treatment will run you about $1,000 if you pay cash, about 30 dollars with insurance. You can also search out over the counter medicine for less, closer to 15 dollars.
Doctors say the best of those drug store creams contain benzoyl peroxide Another money saving tip, ask your dermatologist for generic options and for coupons.