Moisturizing, marketing, and myth-busting

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Aug 18, 2019 · 2 min read

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1. Myth busted: blackhead removal

If the wide-spread success of Dr. Pimple Popper is any indication, the blackhead removal industry has never been better! But which methods actually work, and which lead to deep, pitted acne scars? This week on the blog, it’s all about safe, effective ways of getting rid of blackheads.

2. Vogue: Curology’s in the lead

Curology was named one of 50 business innovators by The Lead, a business analyst firm focusing on the fashion and technology industry. As one of The Lead’s Foremost 50 companies, Vogue discusses what digital nativity might look like for brands like Curology in the near future.

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3. Bang for your buck: sunblock under $20

We’ve all been in that situation, where you need to pick up the cheapest, quickest sunscreen you can while you’re on the go. And with how often we use sunblock, every penny counts! This week on the blog, we analyzed the ingredients of all the sunscreens at the drugstore to figure out how to maximize your skin protection on a budget.

4. Self Beauty Award: Curology’s moisturizer is best

Another round-up, another award! Curology’s moisturizer was named the best new moisturizer for oily and acne-prone skin. Our light formula has Self’s seal of approval, stating “This moisturizer is non-comedogenic and oil-free, which our derms suggested you look for.” We’re honored to be on the top of the list of such great products!

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Self Beauty Award Winner!

5. Natural skincare facts: myth busted again

“Natural” is a spectrum. There’s a wide array of product marketing possibilities between Clean at Sephora and rolling in an actual pit of mud — but which are backed by science? This week on the blog, we talk about the facts and fictions of natural, clean, and organic skincare. And the tea is piping hot!

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