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Here's the Best Serum Formula for You, According to Your Skin Type

It'll take your skincare routine to the next level.
Serums make your skincare routine more powerful than it already is. It elevates the effect of your everyday steps, doing all the heavy lifting so all you need to do is wait for results. And aside from being consistent, the most important
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The Best Facial Treatments to Try for Acne and Acne Scars

Go get the skin of your dreams!
If you have acne-prone skin and skincare products aren't helping much anymore, it’s time for an upgrade. Facials, LED therapy, and lasers can be done to minimize those annoying blemishes you get—be it hormonal, adult acne, or maskne.Luckily, we have a wide
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10 Best Toners for Acne-Prone Skin That Actually Work

Give your breakout-prone skin some TLC, stat!
Do you remember when everyone used to dry out their pimples with those harsh astringent toners? We're so glad those days are behind us! If there's anything valuable we learned from the glass skin trend, it's that the best anti-acne toners control
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These Non-Drying Cleansers for Acne-Prone Skin Are All Under P500

Switch to a gentle cleanser while zapping those zits!
Cleansing is basically the foundation of any skincare routine. It can ward off acne-causing dirt, debris, and excess oil, and it can also help manage and prevent breakouts. The only downside is a lot of formulas targeted for acne-prone skin tend to be
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5 Skincare Products That Will Help You Get Rid of Body Acne

These acne-prone areas need TLC, too.
If you have oily and/or acne-prone skin, then you are no stranger to body acne. Just like facial acne, it occurs when our pores are congested with dead skin, excess sweat, and oil. This attracts acne-causing bacteria to inhibit areas like our
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These Are the Best Facial Cleansers for Dry and Acne-Prone Skin

Upgrade your cleansing routine.
The right cleanser will get you closer to your goal of having better skin, and to do just that, you need a product that's perfectly suited for your skin type.For those with acne-prone skin, salicylic acid is your best friend. This beta-hydroxy acid
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What Is Stress Acne and How to Get Rid of It, According to Dermatologists

Lesson number one: Don't panic.
Breaking out when we're stressed is standard protocol for our skin. It's like our body's way of shaking off all that tension, like a knee-jerk (face-jerk?) response to those sleepless nights and not-so-nutritious midnight snack sessions. So while it's not exactly everyone's
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Here's Why Changing Your Face Wash Can Help You Get Rid of Breakouts

Be gentle with your skin!
So you've been doing your best in following your skincare routine using the best spot treatments in the market, but your breakouts still won't go away. You've tried almost everything—from patronizing salicylic acid products to practicing meditation to keep cortisol levels low—but
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The Best Hair Color for Your Skin Tone, According to a Korean Hairstylist

Check out these hairdresser-approved options for fair, tan, and even acne-prone skin!
Your hair color has a bigger effect on your overall vibe than you think. We'd actually argue that it leaves as strong an impact as your makeup and outfit. So when choosing what dye job to get, you should definitely consider critical
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We Asked a Dermatologist to Answer Our Readers' Top Acne Questions

Solutions to your acne woes, right this way.
We've all been through enough skincare mishaps to know that you can't trust everything you read on the internet. For delicate concerns like acne (and everything that it leaves behind), the last thing we want to happen is to make things worse.
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7 Products You Need to Perfect a No-Makeup Look on Acne-Prone Skin

Foundation isn't on the list, by the way!
Achieving a fresh-faced look on acne-prone skin is actually not that much different from a regular "no-makeup" makeup look. The only difference, really, are the products you need to use—your complexion does have different needs, after all!Scroll through this list below to
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Here's How This Korean Dermatologist Takes Care of Her Skin

Her routine is pretty simple!
Korean skincare routines have a reputation for being glow-boosting but excessive. Some regimens call for as many as 10 steps. This factor makes it hard to follow for most of us. It's tedious and can be heavy on the pocket, too.This is
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6 Skincare Habits That Are Actually Making Your Acne Worse

Using way too much zit cream is a big no-no.
If you've been battling with acne for most of your life, you might consider yourself a pro at dealing with breakouts and knowing what usually works for your skin condition. Unfortunately, the cause of acne cause isn't always crystal-clear—you can't tell if
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10 Salicylic Acid Cleansers to Try for Cleaner, Clearer Pores

Fight breakouts in a few washes!
Salicylic acid isn't only for those with acne-prone skin. Everyone who needs some deep cleaning can benefit from it, too, because this beta-hydroxy acid penetrates deep within your pores to dissolve all the sebum and dead skin that's in its way. In
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7 Brighteners to Try If You're Dealing with Dark Acne Marks

Getting rid of pimples is only half the battle.
If you're someone who's acne-prone and gets pesky zits regularly, you know that getting rid of pimples is only half the battle. You still have to deal with hyperpigmentation, a.k.a. the dark spots and acne marks that are left on your face
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How to Cop the "Glass Skin" Look If You Have Acne-Prone Skin

Because everyone deserves that K-beauty glow!
There's a misconception that "glass skin" (A.K.A. skin so glowy it looks like glass) can only be achieved if you already have perfect skin. While having zero skin trouble definitely helps amp up the look, it doesn't mean that those of us
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3 Things to Keep in Mind When Applying Your Acne Products

Turns out, I've been doing it wrong all this time.
As a healing and dealing acne sufferer, I can assure you that I've done The Most for my skin. Capitalization for emphasis necessary. From natural remedies like homemade apple cider vinegar toner to painful extraction procedures, I could say I'd tried them