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June 28, 2021

The Difference Between Male & Female Acne
When most people think about acne, they often first associate it with puberty but this is not always the case. Many adults are still affected by acne well beyond the teenage years (about 50 million Americans), and the experience is different for both men and women from various factors. 
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June 21, 2021

Summer is Here! Time to Transition your Skincare Routine 😎
Summer is finally here and with it the smell of freshly cut grass, backyard barbecues, and sunscreen lotion. We’ve transitioned into a new season with its own skincare rules. They revolve around the sun and, protecting us from its UV rays. Summer puts extra stress on our skin, and using sunscreen with a high SPF is essential. Here are our favorite tips for getting you summer skincare ready.
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June 14, 2021

Men's Health Month & The Importance of Skin Checks
June is an important time for men because it's Men’s Health Month! Its main purpose is to bring awareness to health issues and diseases prevalent among men and encouraging early detection and treatment. This also includes skin health! And with it being a time where we are all out in the sun more, it’s very important to consistently check your skin for abnormal moles that could be cancerous or precancerous, especially if you’re over 45.
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June 8, 2021

Let’s “Clear Up” Some Acne Myths
"Bunk" is a slang term for nonsense, and in honor of June Acne Awareness Month, let's debunk the nonsense of acne myths and aim for blemish-free skin.
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June 7, 2021

Father's Day Gift Guide 🎁
June is an important month, not only is it Men’s Health Month, it’s also time to celebrate all the dads we know and love out there with Father’s Day.
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June 2, 2021

What Causes Acne? Tips on How To Treat & Prevent
All of us experience a few pesky pimples from time to time but what if your case is more severe and considered chronic acne? With June being Acne Awareness Month and 50 million Americans currently affected by the condition, we figured we could shed some light. 
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