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Shaving Is Shaving Good or Bad for Acne? Shaving can exfoliate the surface of the skin, which can theoretically help prevent clogged pores. However, shaving can also cause physical irritation, which has been shown to make acne worse. So, shave gently with a fresh, non-irritating razor, and be sure to use the right shaving cream or gel. July 08, 2020
What Is Acne What Causes Acne? Acne is what is called a multifactorial disease, which means several factors likely lead to pimples on the skin. There are many potential causes of acne, including hormones, inflammation, genetics, vitamin deficiency, stress, and diet, amongst others. July 08, 2020
Ethnic Skin Acne Latino Skin and Acne Latino people experience high levels of acne, just like all other ethnicities. However, Latino people may experience more severe lesions and scarring when compared to other non-Caucasian groups. Latino people tend to experience hyperpigmentation, which are the red/dark marks left after acne heal. July 07, 2020
Diet Is Pizza Bad for Acne? Pizza may not be the very best food for people with acne, but eaten in moderation, along with a healthy diet rich in colorful fruits and vegetables, omega-3 fats, and mostly low-glycemic foods, pizza can be enjoyed in moderation. July 06, 2020
Laser Therapy Lasers and Acne Laser therapy may reduce acne to a moderate degree after several sessions by reducing acne bacteria and skin oil, and may produce more lasting results than topical treatments. However, there is concern that permanently damaging skin oil glands might lead to premature aging or other problems. July 06, 2020
Makeup How to Choose a Good Blush First and foremost, look for a blush that does not contain any pore-clogging ingredients. Then, when applying it, stay ultra-gentle to avoid physically irritating the skin. And lastly, always remember to remove makeup before bed. July 04, 2020
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