Not a single hair could be out of place, your outfit could be crisp and coordinated, the love of your life could be kissing you on the cheek—and—you're still thinking no, please don’t go anywhere near that pimple!
It doesn’t matter how steady the conditions around you are—when there’s a break out, it can make you break down.
That’s especially true when things aren’t so great, like they have been for the vast majority of us in the last year and a half. That break out can make you not only stress about your appearance but also not feel like yourself.
Maybe you thought you left acne behind in your middle school bathroom, or in your postpartum days, or during your stint with mask-ne—but, when you least expect it, it keeps rearing its (white)heads.
So you try it all: you click add-to-cart after watching an Instagram influencer apply their stampede of serums, you surrender greasy food from your diet, and you even venture down the path of medication.
If those acne combat strategies actually work, they only seem to help for a short time, and even if they keep it at bay longer than all of the CVS aisle 7 products you’ve slathered on your skin combined, the bumps still find their way to the surface. It doesn't have to be this way...