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Label: Acne

I have acne, like a full face of acne that even on good days doesn't completely disappear. On the bad days my face swells up like a balloon, and turns patchy and red. On the bad days I want to hide under a rock. Acne is so difficult in so many ways, but the thing about acne is that we aren't alone in it.  

When you see this label on a post it means that the post is about helping others with their acne insecurities. These posts are taking my experiences with acne and sending them out to anyone who's listening in the hopes that they will help them feel less alone. 

Some topics these posts may cover are:
Ways to remove acne
How to feel comfortable with acne 
Products that make me feel better about my acne 


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