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So a bunch of pimples have just appeared. Cool. This is either your skin purging or a breakout. So how do you know when to persevere or pull the pin? How to tell the difference between breakouts and purging. Purging is your skin adjusting. Breakouts are a reaction. Purging is actually a sign that a […]
What starts with G, has one big O, and helps with hyperpigmentation? Glycolic acid. What even is hyperpigmentation and melasma? Hyperpigmentation is a patch of skin that’s darker than the surrounding skin. This can look like brown, black, grey, red or pink spots or patches on your body. Sometimes also called age spots, sun spots […]
Does your skin look like this? What is it? Keratosis Pilaris aka KP aka chicken or strawberry skin. A common skin condition caused by the buildup of keratin (what your hair and nails are made of) that create plugs in your pores. It’s often found on the upper arms, thighs, cheeks, or butt. Should I […]