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Our skincare survey reveals some common misconceptions
This popular ingredient might be the skincare superhero your shower routine’s been looking for.
This prescription ingredient is used to treat conditions like dermatitis and psoriasis.
Working out promotes a healthy body and, therefore, healthy skin. But you still need to wash your face!
Take your skin on a hydration vacation!
Is a butt bump a pimple? The answer, according to science.
Here’s how to help get rid of zits deep beneath the skin.
Why your breakouts might not benefit from vitamin B7.
In short, you can generally treat it just like you’d treat face acne—but it can have some differing factors.
The peanuts aren’t to blame. But all that added sugar may be.
Spoiler: Those bumps on your scalp might not even be acne at all.
Their potential anti-inflammatory properties may help your acne. Here’s how.
Whey protein builds muscle. It may also lead to acne—but the evidence isn’t conclusive.