Dermatologist: ‘Maskne’ Is Real

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Maskne is only one side effect of wearing masks for extended periods, including mouth sores, thrush, staph and sinus infections, eczema, fainting, headaches, dry cough, asthma and shortness of breath. Psychological effects include anxiety, claustrophobia, depression, isolation and suicide.

All of these conditions are real and result in human suffering. But now, Technocrat scientists are telling us to wear two masks instead of one. ⁃ TN Editor

Masks are now a part of our everyday lives. For some people, what’s underneath the mask is giving them issues they’ve never had before. It seems dermatologists are seeing more patients suffering from mask-related acne — or, in this case, “maskne.”

It’s not what our skin is used to, having a piece of material covering a majority of our face, trapping moisture and bacteria against our skin. “(There’s) so much more irritation from the mask, whether it’s causing friction, moisture, the heat,” Dr. Sarah Cannon of Cannon Dermatology tells WJZ-TV in Baltimore.

Cannon says many patients who have battled acne in the past are having flare-ups. “We’re seeing a lot of new cases of patients coming in with new-onset acne who have never had acne before,” she notes.

Cannon suggests proper hydration, keeping makeup off the skin that is covered and washing your mask after each use.

The discomfort is one thing, but how you feel about yourself is another. Julie Newton is an aesthetician at Spa on The Boulevard and says her appointments have been filling up with people who need some TLC for their facial skin. “It’s definitely something everybody is struggling with right now,” Newtson says. “It’s not something to really be embarrassed about, either, especially if you’re looking to get help. That’s why we’re here.”

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Patrick Wood
Patrick Wood is a leading and critical expert on Sustainable Development, Green Economy, Agenda 21, 2030 Agenda and historic Technocracy. He is the author of Technocracy Rising: The Trojan Horse of Global Transformation (2015) and co-author of Trilaterals Over Washington, Volumes I and II (1978-1980) with the late Antony C. Sutton.
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Ken

Lets cover the part of the body that makes us most unique and add on tags like “racist “and now you are not a human at all!

GA/FL

Masks should be worn as little and infrequently as possible.

Masks should not be worn again and again – but be changed daily or more if forced to wear one at work.

Clean masks every time they are worn – with 91% alcohol first, rinse, soak in Dawn or other detergent, then rinse and dry on a hanger or towel.

Even the blue pleated disposable masks can be sanitized, washed and worn again.