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Carrying a masks amid the COVID-19 pandemic does lots of good to forestall the unfold of the coronavirus however it may well additionally trigger breakouts —a.ok.a. maskne. Fortunately, Dr. Pimple Popper star Dr. Sandra Lee has the easy answer we’ve all been looking for!
“All of us get breakouts from our masks,” she tells Us whereas speaking in regards to the new season of her TLC present. “So I actually like to make use of this little journey measurement salicylic acid physique spray. And what you’ll do is, you simply spray the masks.” You simply wave it dry and voila! You’ve received your self an acne-fighting protecting face mask.
She notes that beta hydroxy acid in salicylic works to counteract the buildup of oil and particles that collects when carrying a masks.
“Additionally it’s higher whenever you’re carrying make-up,” she explains, saying that at instances it may well really feel such as you’re trapped inside a microclimate created by the masks. “This can be a actually great point as a result of salicylic acid is nice to calm down inside your pores and assist to filter the filth and the particles and assist stop blackheads and whiteheads forming that result in pimples.”
Whereas speaking with Us, the TLC star additionally revealed one in every of her most sudden superstar followers: Kim Kardashian!
“I wasn’t truly seeing her [as a patient]. She drove over [to my office] to say ‘hi there’ to me and he or she stated she was obsessive about [my show],” Lee informed Us. “I used to be like, ‘Oh, my gosh. That is loopy.’”
“There’s so many individuals which might be [fans]. It’s superb for me to see,” she defined. “It’s actually particular, truly, as a result of clearly all people is aware of them. And for them to really acknowledge or perhaps even let you know that — you realize, cease and let you know that they actually like what you’re doing — I imply, that’s only a loopy motion.”
In case you too are a “popaholic” you possibly can watch season 5 of Dr. Pimple Popper on TLC each Tuesday at 9 p.m. ET.
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