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July 22, 2022

Teen Acne and How to Deal with Breakouts 🔴
If you’re a teen, then it’s likely that you’ve had acne at some point. Not only can acne be uncomfortable, but it can also be a bit embarrassing. If you’ve been struggling, know that you aren’t alone. In fact, 8 out of 10 teens have acne. Even though your friends likely struggle with acne, too, it’s still probably something you want to get a handle on as you start the new school year.
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June 17, 2022

Battling Breakouts? 10 Reasons Your Acne is Getting Worse
We all have different physical characteristics – “perfect imperfections” – that give us our individual appeal and charm. Our different traits can tell a unique story, whether it’s a sprinkling of freckles, a gap between our two front teeth, or a childhood scar across an eyebrow.
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June 16, 2022

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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June 4, 2022

Don't Sweat it! How You Can Overcome Hyperhidrosis
Having occasional clammy hands and armpit stains is perfectly normal, albeit inconvenient and sometimes embarrassing. But what if it happens all day, every day? Here's what you need to know about hyperhidrosis, or excessive sweating.
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June 4, 2022

Traveling? ✈️ Adapt your skincare routine to your destination
How to Treat Your Skin in Your Vacation Spot 🌴
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June 4, 2022

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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