“Your back, like your face, has sebaceous glands that secrete sebum which can combine with dead skin cells, bacteria, dirt and sweat to block the hair follicles and create inflamed pores, leading to bacne,” explains Dr Tiina Meder, dermatologist and founder of Meder Beauty Science. So, the longer you postpone your shower, the more chance bacteria has to brew as you’re simply not getting rid of those sweaty emissions.

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