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Acne is one of the most common skin problems. We have all had a pimple or two at some point. But, for some people, acne is more problematic.
When people have excessive pimples or blackheads, it’s known as acne. Acne occurs when sebaceous glands (glands in the skin) secrete an oil called sebum. This oil clogs your hair follicles, trapping dirt and dead skin and leading to acne.
Acne is not only experienced on the face. Other common areas include the neck, chest, back, and shoulders.Full Story
Whether you’re stuck in a skincare rut (or lack a routine altogether), it’s never too late to begin anew or enhance your current regimen. With the start of a new year, what better time than the present is there to get started?Full Story
Beauty is more than skin deep, right? Of course! However, unfortunately, and as unfair as it may seem, the face is the ‘advertising billboard’ of our body. It is the first part of the body we see and subconsciously identify with upon meeting strangers, making friends or meeting a member of the opposite sex. The face gives away emotion, and often, the state of our health.Full Story
Acne is a painful and extremely stubborn condition that mostly affects skin with the densest population of sebaceous follicles; including the face, upper chest, and back. Severe acne is inflammatory, but acne also manifests in noninflammatory forms.Full Story
Whether you are 14 or 44, dealing with acne typically takes a toll on not only your skin, but it can affect your self-esteem as well. While teenagers are more likely to suffer from acne, some adults still contend with breakouts, too. However, there are safe, gentle and effective ways to achieve clear, healthy skin!Full Story
We are probably all guilty of holding onto some makeup past its prime- maybe it’s because of wallet remorse after paying for a fancy designer brand or because it seems wasteful to toss a half-full tube of mascara. However, there’s another reason to routinely purge items in your makeup bag, besides replacing last season’s eye shadow – it’s important for your health!Full Story
Spend some time with a toddler, and you’ll likely be envying their flawless complexion. Spend some time with a teenager, and you’ll likely be counting your blessings to not be riddled with hormone-induced blemishes. Spend time with an elderly person who has spent many decades in the sun, and you’ll likely be inspecting your own reflection for signs of aging.Full Story