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6 Tips from Dermatologists

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We've compiled some important skincare facts you should know, as recommended by dermatologists. 1. PATIENCE IS KEY - DON'T TOUCH OR POP PIMPLESAcne sufferers have a tendency to start their treatment for acne scarring while...

Purging vs. Breaking Out

Posted by connie cho on

PURGINGIf you’re using a product that speeds up how fast your skin cells are shed and replaced, then the product may be “purging” your skin of pimples that were already waiting to form. When a product speeds up skin cell turnover the entire skin cell cycle speeds up as...

Face Washing Tips from Dermatologist

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How you wash your face can make a difference in your breakouts and skin health. Follow these tips from dermatologists Use a gentle, non-abrasive cleanser that does not contain alcohol. Do not scrub your skin because scrubbing irritates...

Calming Red & Sensitive Skin

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Some people are prone to sensitive skin and redness, particularly around the nose, cheeks, and chin. Aggravated by small changes and certain ingredients, sensitive and red skin often lead to tiny bumps that are challenging to cure. We...

Differences between Clay Masks & Mud Masks

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  Masks are everywhere now, ranging from sheet masks to mud masks to clay masks. Today we discuss mud and clay masks. Which one is right for you?Mud hydrates while clay dries, so let’s figure...