5 Common Foods That Affect Acne–and 4 That Don't
When you're suffering from consistent, painful, and annoying breakouts well into adulthood, you would likely do anything for clear skin. From treatments and ointments to procedures and prescriptions, acne is one of the most frustrating issues that dermatologists attempt to solve. The tough part about treating frequent zits, bumps, and inflammation is that there is no magical cure for all symptoms. And everyone has various levels of sensitivity to their environment, products, and their diet. Even so, dermatologists and researchers have been able to discover certain connections to some food groups and acne conditions. Here is what advice to consider—and what to disregard.
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