[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] If your skin is relatively breakout free, and you aren’t sharing your makeup brushes with anyone else, then washing your makeup brushes once a week should suffice. But if you are prone to clogged pores or breakouts, Jane Dudik, licensed esthetician, certified acne specialist and founder of The Acne Treatment Center in Washington, suggests following a more rigorous cleaning routine.  If your skin is breaking out, can your makeup brush spread breakouts or cause future breakouts if it isn’t washed? “No. Using a makeup brush will not spread your breakouts. The bacteria that are implicated in acne are a natural occurring…

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Gentle cleansing with this jelly puff will elevate your routine

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In this edition of ‘Skin Stories,’ we sit down with Ann Choi of RosiePot.com, and her mom, Monica Choi, to discuss growing up in Korea, the rise of Korean skincare, and advice for a flawless complexion.

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Sleep position can influence wrinkle development. The pressure and weight of ones head pushes the face against the pillow forcing the skin to fold or crease. Over time, wrinkles can form or deepen.

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If you’re like me and got your hands on a pair of tweezers at the age of twelve, you’ve been struggling to recover from the hack job ever since. Luckily, there are regrowth serums on the market to resuscitate your limp brows

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