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Licorice According to Eva Scrivo, beauty expert and owner of Eva Scrivo Salons, licorice root has significant benefits when used in skin care. Although it’s taste can be pretty polarizing, it can help prevent hyperpigmentation and even out skin tone. Use licorice especially when experiencing mild rosacea, as it will help calm inflammation and tone down redness. Probiotics "Applied topically, they may be beneficial by restricting the growth of harmful bacteria and decreasing inflammation," says New York-based dermatologist Dr. Hadley King. "This may be particularly helpful for people who tend to be acne- and rosacea-prone." Ceramides Ceramide is a waxy...
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