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Can You Really Use Coconut Oil To Treat Acne?

Coconut oil is like that popular girl in your high school who was basically good at everything. The trendy superfood is a tasty addition to desserts, makes a great hair mask, and even treats your cuticles. If natural beauty products had a prom, coconut oil would be the queen. 

But one thing that coconut oil might not quite excel at: treating acne. While some people swear by coconut oil for acne, others are equally adamant that the natural moisturizer actually makes their breakouts worse. Here's what three leading dermatologists have to say:

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