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Simple skincare does the trick

No one has perfect skin, regardless of what you’re seeing on your screen, says Matthew Miller
When you’re caught in that vicious cycle of irritation and breakouts, scale back to the basics: a gentle cleanser, moisturiser, and SPF
When you’re caught in that vicious cycle of irritation and breakouts, scale back to the basics: a gentle cleanser, moisturiser, and SPF
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The Telegraph   |   Published 24.03.22, 12:06 AM

Skin care doesn’t have to be complicated, says Matthew Miller, owner of Matthew Miller Skin in Los Angeles, in Vogue.

“Keep it simple, be consistent, and stick to a regimen. When you’re caught in that vicious cycle of irritation and breakouts, scale back to the basics: a gentle cleanser, moisturiser, and SPF. And remember that it can take two to three months to see the proper results from products,” says Miller.

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“We need more people to show their flaws. No one has perfect skin, regardless of what you’re seeing on your screen. Skin is not porcelain: it has texture, scars, and fine lines. Even breakouts are totally normal. If we remember this and show real skin more, it will lead us to be kinder to ourselves.”

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