How To Prepare For A Visit To
Your Dermatologist When You Have Acne
Ready to call in an educated professional to get a handle on your breakouts? Here’s exactly what to tell your doctor.
Exactly When To Use Your Acne Products
You’ve heard of the food pyramid, right? The same applies to your skincare—knowing how often to use different products can help keep breakouts from developing.
The Truth About Coconut Oil and Acne
Coconut oil does have skin benefits, but is a clearer complexion one of them? A top dermatologist clears up the confusion about this natural oil.
How Dark Skin Types
Can Fight Acne Scars
A leading dermatologist offers strategies for how to get rid of pesky marks.
4 Ways to Reduce
Pimple Redness Fast
A red angry zit doesn’t stand a chance against this dermatologist’s simple advice.
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