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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 20, 2023

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I decided to adopt a more positive attitude towards my skin and physical appearance. Instead of starting my mornings with negative self-talk, I switched to expressing gratitude for the ability to see a dermatologist and get the treatments I needed. I reminded myself that my acne did not define me or my beauty.
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I decided to adopt a more positive attitude towards my skin and physical appearance. Instead of starting my mornings with negative self-talk, I switched to expressing gratitude for the ability to see a dermatologist and get the treatments I needed. I reminded myself that my acne did not define me or my beauty.
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Double cleansing is a skincare method where a person uses an oil-based cleanser (often called a pre-cleanser) and follows it up with a water-based cleanser.
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Double cleansing is a skincare method where a person uses an oil-based cleanser (often called a pre-cleanser) and follows it up with a water-based cleanser.
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Instead of trying every diet, product and medicine to get rid of your acne, eliminate the following causes of the volcanic pimples you've been seeing.
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Instead of trying every diet, product and medicine to get rid of your acne, eliminate the following causes of the volcanic pimples you've been seeing.
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After reading multiple articles that expressed the necessity of consistently sleeping between seven to nine hours a night, I reflected on my sleeping habits and decided that I wanted to test the benefits of sleeping the recommended amount.
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After reading multiple articles that expressed the necessity of consistently sleeping between seven to nine hours a night, I reflected on my sleeping habits and decided that I wanted to test the benefits of sleeping the recommended amount.
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Most of us have seen the body positivity movement blow up, a push to deconstruct societal ideas of the perfect body — the thin, Eurocentric, size zero model — and promote self-love and body acceptance for women of all different shapes and sizes. Celebrities, influencers and everyday users of social media alike are taking to TikTok and Instagram to post unedited pictures and videos of themselves without flattering lighting and angles as a way of celebrating how their natural bodies really look on a daily basis, thereby teaching us that stretch marks, fat rolls, cellulite, body hair and other so-called “imperfections” are all perfectly normal and beautiful.
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Most of us have seen the body positivity movement blow up, a push to deconstruct societal ideas of the perfect body — the thin, Eurocentric, size zero model — and promote self-love and body acceptance for women of all different shapes and sizes. Celebrities, influencers and everyday users of social media alike are taking to TikTok and Instagram to post unedited pictures and videos of themselves without flattering lighting and angles as a way of celebrating how their natural bodies really look on a daily basis, thereby teaching us that stretch marks, fat rolls, cellulite, body hair and other so-called “imperfections” are all perfectly normal and beautiful.
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