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Help keep your skin clear through the end of the year with these tips.
Battling acne breakouts? Beta-hydroxy acids might just be what you’re looking for!
A well-groomed beard is no accident—but it’s worth the work.
After a breakout, acne scars are the last thing you want. Here’s what you can do to help minimize scarring.
Spoiler alert: The sun is a primary cause of facial hyperpigmentation—so always remember your SPF!
Many people stop using tretinoin when their skin clears. Here’s what can happen next.
This multitasking skincare ingredient treats acne, dark spots, and rosacea.
It varies from person to person. But there are a few simple tips to help prevent flare-ups in the first place.
Topical lotions and sunscreen can reduce dark spots and help prevent new ones from forming.
Short answer: yes! But they don’t work their magic alone.
You might know that vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant, but here’s how it may help acne-prone skin.
Hyperpigmentation (aka dark spots) is painless and usually harmless, but there are ways to help reduce its appearance.
Early treatment can help prevent this side effect of rosacea.