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What Is Salicylic Acid and What Makes It Powerful Against Acne?

It's one of the secrets to clear skin and smaller-looking pores.
If you struggle with acne, exfoliating regularly is no longer an optional thing (check out your beginner's guide here). You should get those dead skin cells off your face at least once a week, because if not, those breakouts will never leave
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Here's Why Glycolic Acid Is the Secret to Getting Smooth, Glowing Skin

Whether you're struggling with dull skin or dark spots, this skincare ingredient has you covered.
As someone who exclusively used face scrubs to exfoliate as a teen, I'm always jealous of people who discovered chemical exfoliants early on in life. I probably would've had clearer skin if I knew how AHAs and BHAs worked back then, or
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How to Make Your Own Vitamin C Serum at Home, According to a Chemist

It's totally safe and will only take you five minutes!
DIY skincare isn't normally my cup of tea. Not only is it such a hassle to assemble all the ingredients, there's also the fact that I don't trust myself more than I do an actual skincare chemist—someone who actually knows what they're
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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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Fake Perfumes Are Everywhere: Here's How to Spot One Yourself

We asked the experts!
Fake beauty products are everywhere, and the dangers of using them are definitely not worth the coins you'd save. But then, spotting a counterfeit is not as simple as it seems. Fake perfume alone has been making its rounds online literally right
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Here's How You Should Be Caring for Your Skin if You Work Nights

A dermatologist gives the lowdown on how to take care of your skin—and yourself.
Working through the night may be a preferred time for some, while for others, it's part and parcel of their job. While working at night has its benefits, less distractions and noise for one, the perks comes at a price—your biological clock