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Azelaic acid may not be the most hyped skincare ingredient, but, frankly speaking, it deserves way more recognition. Despite its underappreciated status, azelaic acid boasts a myriad of evidence-backed benefits, including combating acne, mitigating rosacea, addressing hyperpigmentation, and fighting against free radicals.
Discover how Bakuchiol, a plant alternative to retinol, can help combat acne. Dive into the latest research findings, learn the effective concentration and application tips, and uncover why Bakuchiol might be your new go-to for clear, happy skin.
Discover the impressive potential of CBD in skincare and learn about the risks. Our evidence-based exploration covers the CBD potential for treating acne, eczema, psoriasis and combating inflammation.
Can Supplements Cause Acne? While hormonal imbalances, genetics, and poor skincare habits are well-known causes of acne, did you know that some medications and supplements can also cause acne breakouts? Certain vitamins, minerals, and supplements like B6/B12, iodine,...
Can food you eat make your acne worse? Yes, according to recent studies, what we eat can make us more or less likely to have acne.
Acne is a complicated skin condition, but understanding its causes and developing an effective skincare routine can make a big difference. In this article, we’ll dive into the science behind acne and explore practical tips to help you regulate your skin sebum, reduce inflammation, and control the growth of acne-triggering bacteria. You’ll also learn how to create an effective anti-acne skincare routine that addresses multiple factors contributing to acne formation.
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