Strawberry Legs SOS: Managing and Treating Strawberry Legs

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Explanation of what strawberry legs are

Strawberry legs, also known as comedones or open pores, refer to the appearance of small black dots or dark spots on the skin, resembling the seeds of a strawberry. These dark dots are actually hair follicles or pores that are clogged with dead skin cells, oil, and bacteria. While it is a common occurrence, some individuals may feel self-conscious about the appearance of their legs and seek ways to manage and treat strawberry legs.

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