Acne is a common worldwide skin disease that many people experience. In Malaysia, acne affects over 85% of individuals aged 12 to 24. I was suffering with acne problems after I finished my high school studies. What “five tips for preventing acne” and “causes and treatment for acne” that stated on internet seemed like no effect on me also even I followed what they stated. Scars may develop in different forms, shapes and sizes, even the slightest scar caused by acne and dark marks may affect one’s quality of life. A study by the Journal of Primary Healthcare reveals that the prevalence of facial acne is about 67.5% among adolescents in Malaysia with a rising trend of facial acne with increasing age. The study also indicates that acne is more common among male adolescents aged 13 to 18 with 71.1% boys and 64.6% girls.