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All About Kojic Acid
Kojic Acid is a mild inhibitor of the melanin formation. It is derived from the Japanese common name Koji, a type of fungi in Japan. It is a product of the fermentation of malt rice for sake, the Japanese rice wine.
By Jennifer Lowdry
Newest Psoriasis Treatment And How To Deal With The Sickness
Psoriasis is a non-contagious skin condition that produces red scaley patches, which are most frequently found on the knees and elbows. So that you can combat this illness, an aggressive psoriasis therapy is frequently prescribed by a...
By Aikednea Johansen
4 Types Of Rosacea
Rosacea is a skin condition that begins to appear when the person hits his or her thirties. Due to the prominent redness of the face and similar to acne like appearance this particular skin disorder can be quite trying for the person...
By Connor Terry
10 Myths About Acne
While oils, dirt, and other contaminants can clog pores and worsen acne, it is not the primary cause of acne. Acne has numerous causes, the most primary being hormonal factors and to some degree, genetics.
By Davis Miller
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