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Green tea in your skin care

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Green tea’s health benefits have been regarded for centuries, dating all the way back to Ancient china. But what does green tea actually do for the skin? Antibacterial and Anti-Inflammatory Properties - Many scientific studies...

Retinol: what is it?

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Retinol What is it? Retinol is an active form of the vitamin A molecule What does it do? Retinol stimulates collagen production and turnover of skin cells. It encourage the skin to shed problematic layers...

What to do after popping a pimple

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All dermatologists agree that popping or squeezing a pimple is not recommended. However, if it happens, you can apply Cover-Dot on popped pimples to allow healing AND to prevent yourself from touching the infected skin.
In addition, use these tips to prevent further damage.

5 Misconceptions about Acne

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Here are a few of the biggest myths about acne & helpful tips for clear and healthy skin:

You will eventually outgrow acne — it’s only a teenage problem.
Washing your face consistently is the cure to acne.
Wearing sunscreen clogs pores.
Your diet has nothing to do with acne. 
Sun exposure is good for healing a breakout.

Honey for Acne - Does it work?

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Due to its anti-inflammatory properties, honey is a very good remedy to relieve acne-related discomfort. It effectively reduces swelling, pain and redness associated with acne. "