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Understanding the Very Basics of a Good Skincare Routine (4263 hits)


Pimples, blemishes, and acne are common skin problems that span far beyond puberty and the teen years. Iíve personally suffered with quite a bit of acne as an adult, most of which began when I started getting Ďprofessionalí facials and experimenting with a lot of high-end skincare products. Back in 2006, I experienced one of the worst acne breakouts ever. At this point, I decided to consult with one of Chicagoís best dermatologists.

Iím so glad I did!

During my visit, he recommended a simple regimen that took me from severe acne flare-ups to clear skin in a matter of weeks. And, for over a decade, heís continued to equip me with an ever-growing list of practical tips, tricks, and techniques that have allowed me to keep my acne at bay.

Iím excited to share some of them with you!

First, let me be clear, these are my own personal beauty hacks enhanced with research in experimental dermatology, so they might not work for everyone. But, if youíre looking to maintain healthy, soft and clear skin, without necessarily breaking the bank, this is definitely worth a read.

The simple truth is that...

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