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  • Apply nightly for happy, healthy skin

Back to Skin Season

Our recommended reading for your #SkincareJourney

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Sep 16, 2019 · 2 min read

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1. Forehead acne: what the heck

Bumps around the hairline aren’t bumpin’, but they’re more common than you think! This week on the blog, we looked at the possible causes of and solutions for forehead acne.

2. Autumn essentials: New Beauty picks Curology

If it’s time to upgrade your skincare routine for fall, Curology’s got your back. Shoutout to Emily Taylor for naming the Curology cleanser one of New Beauty’s best products for fall beauty routines.

3. Spring forward, fall back: skin refresh

Summer is ending and the seasonal change might mean your skin needs reinforcement. Here are a few quick tips to keep your glow going even as the temperature drops.

4. All about cleansers: for dry, acne-prone skin

This first post in our 3 part series on cleansing goes out to all those suffering from dry, acne-prone skin. This week on the blog, we’re figuring out how to identify dry skin — and how to treat it when you’re breaking out.

5. How to get rid of acne: body edition

Body acne (a.k.a. bacne) just might be the absolute worst. If you’ve got stubborn pimples on your back, chest, or shoulders, check out our 3 tips on how to heal up.

6. What to expect when you’re expecting

Pregnant? Ethereal glows and breakouts alike can come with the territory, but little is known about how pregnancy impacts skincare. So the Curology team is here to demystify the science behind expectant skin.

7. All about cleansers: for oily, acne-prone skin

The second post in our 3-part series about cleansing is for those who know you can have too much of a good thing: folks with oily, acne-prone skin. Don’t even know what kind of skin you’ve got? This post includes a guide on IDing your type, and how to wield that knowledge for good.

8. Take it off: no-breakout makeup removers

Makeup is acne’s best frenemy, so controlling when it’s on or off makes a huge difference in how our skin looks and feels. The latest installment of our no-breakout makeup series is all about the best way to get naked (in the face, at least).

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