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Great News Of The Day: People With Acne Age Better, According To Science

Here’s some great (and well-deserved) news for anyone who has ever suffered from acne. According to a new study published in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology, you will age more slowly than people with clear skin (ah, revenge is sweet). Scientists at King’s College London found that “people who have previously suffered from acne are likely […]
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