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Stephanie Papanikolas
Jul 07, 2019 · 2 min read

We’re here to share what we know — but don’t take it as medical advice. Talk to your medical provider if you have questions.

At Curology, we believe that simple skincare should be accessible for everyone, which is why our dermatologists and creative team work together to give you the best, most up-to-date advice possible. Here’s what you may have missed from us last week:

1. TBH: Expensive anti-aging products don’t work

Growing older is something to take pride in, but with endless marketing of “anti-aging” products, it’s understandable if you want to address signs of aging. In this post, we take an in-depth look at popular OTC anti-aging ingredients to get to the bottom of what — if any — potential benefit they have for your skin.

2. Good finds: moisturizers for acne-prone skin in 2019

If you’re reading this, we bet you’re like us when it comes to skincare: you totally nerd out. If you’re struggling with acne, it can be especially challenging to find a good moisturizer that won’t make your breakouts worse. In this blog post, we do all the heavy lifting for you, listing our latest picks for non-comedogenic moisturizers.

3. We won a Teen Vogue Award!

We’re feeling very #Blessed that Teen Vogue readers voted for our moisturizer as the best skincare product for dry skin! They’re not wrong — we are here to save you time and energy. Thanks for the love, Teen Vogue, and congratulations to all the winners!

4. What is even a liquid: Are you dry or dehydrated?

And when it comes to differences in the water retention of your skin — does it even matter? In this article, we decipher skincare jargon and explain the difference between what’s trendy and what’s science.

5. Easy as 1, 2, 3

Summer is in full swing, which means we all want to wear a little less — and skincare is no exception! This week, we’re celebrating the Curology trio: our cleanser, moisturizer, and custom cream formulated to help you achieve your skin goals.

6. Heal the burn: aloe in after-sun care

As the earth tilts toward the sun, extra UV rays can be a huge inconvenience. Since sunburn happens to everyone now and again, so here’s our advice on how to use aloe vera safely if you, like me, forgot to put sunscreen on the backs of your knees while you were snorkeling last week. Oops.

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