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Obagi Nu-Derm Clear Fx is a skin brightening formula that enhances even skin tone and makes the skin radiant. It is an alternative to skin whitening products that contain hydroquinone. It contains a unique blend of Arbutin and anti-oxidants that make your skin younger looking and soft. Its Nu-Derm System penetrates underneath your skin surface and changes the function of skin cells at the cellular level. It is an anti-aging therapy that directly corrects the skin damage, thus revealing a healthy, bright skin. This topical nonprescription formula contains an ingredient, Arbutin that clears the skin from hyperpigmentation (discoloration) and improves...

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Some women look at stretch marks as battle scars, like something they’ve earned for a job well done, like a major weight loss or pregnancy. Others don’t feel the same and will go to any length to try and get rid of them. Stretch marks can appear pretty much anywhere on the body like the stomach, hips, arms, upper thighs, butt and breasts. Even though they have no impact on the health of your skin, the older the stretch mark is, the whiter in color it is—newer ones (about a year old or less) tend to be more on the...

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Few things excite me more than asking someone with perfect skin what they use on it, so when supermodels like Rosie Huntington-Whiteley share how to get, well,supermodel skin, you better believe the pen and paper are out. Yesterday, the model shared what she uses to care for her skin daily and how to achieve the ultimate at-home facial. Here’s what you can find lining her (very well-stocked) vanity.     We interpreted Huntington-Whiteley’s caption of “skin prep” to mean that these are the products currently rotating in her daily skin care routine:    Caudalie Deep Cleansing Exfoliator ($35) Santa Maria...

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Along with other great mysteries of our time, like the true nature of Hiddleswift and the Pokémon Go craze, acnejust isn't that easy to figure out. Sure, treating it seems easy enough at face value: Cleanse your skin every night, use products with salicylic acid, visit your dermatologist if you need to. But sometimes, it just doesn't work the way it should. You do everything right and still wake up to a new batch of pimples. What gives? Topical treatments for acne have remained pretty much the same over the last few decades: Think salicylic acid, benzoyl peroxide, and, more...

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As if dealing with acne wasn’t bad enough, it’s seeming like those of us who rely on antibiotics are at risk of something doctors are calling “super acne.” Doctors conducted a study on those who use antibiotic treatments to help with their acne and found that using antibiotics for a prolonged period can end up accidentally training the bacteria that causes pimples to grow. Basically, the bacteria is around the antibiotic so long that it figures out how to survive despite the antibiotic — making it even more difficult, if not impossible, to treat acne. Instead of relying on antibiotics for years...

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