Mask-induced acne: What it is, and what you can do about it
How to prevent and treat "maskne"
For many of us, wearing a face mask is now part of our daily lives. But while wearing a mask can aid when it comes to helping prevent catching and spreading COVID-19, it can also irritate our skin. The benefits definitively outweigh the risks, but we need to be prepared for the side effects and learn how to deal with them. One of these side effects is that we might develop some pimples. But fear not: this mask-induced acne, or "maskne" as it's known, can be prevented and treated.
Browse through the following gallery and learn more about maskne and what you can do about it.
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