Common questions are frequently answered in her daily posts, including things like : ‘is expensive skincare really worth it ?’ or ‘what foods can actually improve your skin condition?’. These are thrown with a mix of more complicated subjects like what is polyhydroxyacid and words like normative discontent (don’t ask, that is why we are reading the book). So it was only inevitable that at some point this leading dermatologist in the UK would put it all into a pink, friendly looking bible that explores skin myths and breaks down skincare ingredients for beauty devotees just like us. It is easy to fall into the trap of a beautiful Instagram shot of an unicorn-infused-but-still-veganfriendly- but-also-lavish-expensive bottle of a ‘magical cure’. So if you are having trouble cutting through all the reviews you have been reading about ‘the one’, make this baby your go-to science backed advisor. If you have any skin complaints like acne, rosacea or pigmentation this book can come in handy during your never ending path to flawlessness.
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