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Acne

A slang term for a break-out.
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There are voices in ZIT which cannot be heard while in office,'' says Shinji Hirai, director of the general affairs department at the Tottori prefectural government and also a ZIT member.
The ZITs refer to an interesting time, ascosmologists describe it, back at a red-shift of 1,000.
When I was on American Idol, it seemed like I would wake up the morning before a show, and I'd have a huge zit on my cheek," said Carmen.
Sometimes the opening of a sebaceous gland, or pore, plugs up with a lump of oil and dead skin cells-that's a zit.
It's great to provide information about acne or birth control, but it is even better when our users can purchase zit medicine or condoms found right on the site," said Chelsea Farley, MPH, President and Chief Editor of ZapHealth.
After all, a dose of antibiotics sorts out an STI faster than zit cream clears up the complexion.
But, like the two times I saw him were, one, when I was in the big girl suit right after they'd hosed me down, and the other time I was normal but I'd just gotten this huge, prosthetic zit put on my chin.
But first, I must go through the glam squad as I am arriving with zit cream still on.
That said, nothing quite prepared her for the day last summer on the 20th Century Fox lot when she was filming a scene where her character needed to pop a giant zit - ``we're talking Guinness book,'' Hanigan says - and she ran into Hugh Grant, who was filming a movie on a nearby sound stage.
RAUNCHY pop princess Britney Spears is on her breast form on stage - despite an earlier spot of bother with a huge zit.
Geri Halliwell looks more like Spotty Spice than Ginger Spice as she squeezes a zit.
The real lowdown on zit science: During puberty, hormones (brain chemicals that control body functions) become more active and sebaceous (oil producing) glands under the skin surge in activity.