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Updated April, 2020 Acne is probably the most common skin condition that people around the globe suffer from. Most teenagers suffer from acne because, during adolescence, hormones go haywire and causes a series of chemical and bodily changes that is normal in a teenager’s life. It is infuriating to have acne and it is a fact that most acne sufferers get conscious with how they look and result to having a low self-esteem. In most cases, acne subsides after a series of treatment however, it is also common to hear adults go throug...


Updated January, 2020 A lot of Tweets talk about how to get rid of blackheads. You would be surprised that this skin problem is the bane of many and has resulted to painful, face-scratching and squeezing sessions. A lot of people take comfort in doing that, but we all know the fact that picking your face is a no no! Our skin is covered in hair. Some are too fine to be seen by the naked eye but hair covers every...


Updated January, 2020 Acne is a very common skin condition that affects people no matter what race, age, or geographical location. This is caused mainly by bacteria, hormonal changes, stress, environmental influences, and poor food choices. However, most people aren’t aware that acne has several types. ...


Updated January, 2020 With thousands of beauty products in the market, chances are you have tried more than one, if not, 10 products at the most, to treat acne. Who would want to have acne that turns into breakouts, pimples, blemishes and after the damage has been done, acne scars as a painful reminder of what acne can do to your skin? Since the advent of light therapy, acne can now be treated and the use of this technology has been proven to reduce, if not totally eliminate acne from wreaking havoc on your skin. Professional de...

  • Acne
  • Acne scars
  • Blackheads
  • Clogged pores
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Wrinkles
  • Dry skin
  • Dull complexion