By now, you’ve probably seen a bunch of people posting pictures of their pimples with a hashtag that says, “#MedicalBeautyResearch” on social media.
For some people, it’s even been a way to tell friends about their acne.
But in many cases, people are doing it out of curiosity or because they think it’s funny.
For example, one Reddit user posted a picture of a picture taken with a mobile phone that showed how they had gotten their acne removed, saying, “I noticed that the pimple in my upper lip had turned brown.
When I did my research on how to remove acne, I realized that I had acne that had never existed before.”
The Redditor went on to explain that it had been the cause of their acne in the past and that they were currently experiencing a relapse of acne.
They shared their own experience and said they found it interesting that people are interested in research on the causes of acne, even though they are probably not the ones who actually have it.
A subreddit for people to share their experiences with acne, called the “Reddit Acne Reddit,” has been a place for users to share images and stories about how they have gotten rid of their condition.
However, this subreddit doesn’t have a scientific backing.
According to the site’s disclaimer, its purpose is to help people find the information they need, not to diagnose or treat their condition, so users who share their information are not necessarily qualified to diagnose their condition or prescribe treatment.
“The information provided on this subreddit is provided as a general guide, and should not be considered medical advice or treatment,” the disclaimer reads.
“This subreddit does not recommend or endorse any specific health products or procedures.”
According to the Reddit account, there’s a “long history of acne research on Reddit” dating back to 2012, and the subreddit’s founder is a dermatologist who has treated acne patients.
The Redditer said the subreddit was created to bring people together “to share experiences and insights about acne.”