zits

Skin experts break down the trends and hacks that are ineffective, counterproductive and even dangerous.
Step 1: Make sure the pimple is actually ready to pop.
Acne is a drag, but in 20 years or so, you might come to appreciate your blemish-checkered face.
Throw on your favorite lipstick and a couple coats of mascara and you're ready to hit the day feeling confident and totally
"This is YouTube-f--king worthy."
If it sucks to be an adolescent, it sucks more to be an immigrant teenager in a new country. Take all the angst that faces every teen, then add language barriers, cultural confusion, discrimination, and general discombobulation. It's not pretty, is it?
I remember the first time I got a zit on my face. It was the worst moment of my life. The worst moment, because everyone around me pointed it out, stared at it and laughed at it. Then came the millions of ways to get rid of it.
I've come up with my list of things that many of us can say goodbye to/good riddance to with age. If this can't help me figure out just how I feel about aging, I don't think all the arguments in the world can.
The causes of acne are varied and complex. Family history, hormones and stress can all play a part. Basically, pimples form
When it comes to breakouts and zits, DO NOT go for the antibiotics and harsh chemicals that can unnaturally thin your skin and make you burn in the sun. A few small tweaks to your food plan can make a world of difference.
In its May 19-25 issue, the intrepid coverage in the peerless local weekly Good Times started with the editor joyously noting
To get over my shock, I escaped from a mean-spirited floral strapless dress and tried to figure out how I could have ever shown such a poor understanding of what I really looked like and what actually suited me. Finally, I have to admit that the experience, although quite unpleasant, was an eye-opener.