Pin this guide and use it next time you break out to understand why! With expert advice from dermatologists, you can determine why you're breaking out and how to fix the problem. From hormones to foods to your cell phone — there are plenty of reasons for your pimples, and now you'll understand why they appear!
How to Prevent Ingrown Hairs in a Woman's Facial Hair
If that pimple on your chin just won’t go away, it may be due to tweezing and plucking out stray hairs. Even if you gently pull out facial hair, it can still damage the hair follicle, which increases the chances of improper hair growth. While you may be accustomed to seeing these ingrown hairs on your legs or bikini area, they can show up on...
I've been eating a lot of nuts lately. Almonds. Some peanuts. Mostly cashews though, because I just had to make spicy roasted cashews, didn't I? And lost all self-control in the process. This has caused a sprouting of pimples across my forehead with a few stragglers on my chin. Not that I regret eating them (seriously, you have to try them!), but I would like my face to be a little less bumpy. Thankfully, I know just what to use to get my skin back under control: baking soda!