Face Cream Made From Breast Milk Could Cure Acne

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Face cream ‘made from breast milk could cure teenage acne’, study claims

A face cream that is made from breast milk and coconut oil could cure teenage acne, a study has claimed.  American scientists found that a component of mother’s milk, called lauric acid, which also is found in coconut oil, had acne-fighting qualities.


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Pink Lights Deployed By British In Teenager Punishment Program


Pink lights are indiscriminate and will impact all young (and old) with skin issues.

British local councils have a new weapon in their arsenal of devices that collectively and indiscriminately punish teenagers simply for being young. The new tool is a pink overhead light designed to exaggerate acne, with the intention of making children so unhappy and insecure about their appearances that they go somewhere else (mind you, these councils are almost certainly also allocating funds to helping teenagers cope with low self-esteem and avoid the problems associated with it, such as depression and vulnerability of recruitment into violent activity).

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Condom Lubricant Cures Acne


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A condom lubricant designed for sex workers and gay men has become a popular acne cure among female Cambodians, women in the capital have said.

Number One Plus, a water-based lubricant produced by health organization Population Services International (PSI), is an excellent cure for acne, 29-year-old vendor Tep Kemyoeurn told news agencies.

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