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Dry Skin After Moisturizing

If you are asking yourself: “Why is my skin still dry after I moisturize?”, you are not alone. There are different physiological and dermatological reasons that a moisturizer might not be as effective as you expected. In fact, some formulations can even mak...

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Stretch Marks: What They Are and Why They Appear

Stretch marks are a type of skin scarring that happens when your skin is stretched or expands rapidly. These long, narrow streaks or lines are usually a different color or texture than the surrounding skin and appear on areas of the body where fat is stored...

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The Lowdown on Fungal Acne: How to Identify and Treat It

Fungal acne, or pityrosporum folliculitis, is a common skin condition that appears as clusters of small pimples and red, itchy bumps. You might be surprised to learn, though, that fungal acne is not acne! It is, in fact, one of many types of folliculitis, o...

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The Secret Weapon for Getting Rid of Acne: Azelaic Acid

If you have mild to moderate acne, you might have heard of azelaic acid as a possible treatment for removing blockages. This chemical exfoliator can, indeed, break down trapped skin cells, oil, and substances and improve the way your skin looks and feels - ...

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Jawline Acne: What Is It And How Do You Treat It?

Jawline acne is quite a common condition, with breakouts that can be caused by a variety of reasons - such as hormonal fluctuations, shaving, medications, certain cosmetic products, and excess oil or dead skin cells building up....

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