Is your mask irritating your skin? We’ve got a dermatologist to answer all of your acne questions

Ji Suk Yi

Village of Schaumburg staffer Erin Baxter prepares masks at Boomers Stadium parking lot in Schaumburg, Ill., Wednesday, May 6, 2020. The village is distributing 70,000 masks to residents of the northwest Chicago suburb as the coronavirus pandemic continues. The distribution event from Wednesday, May 6, through Friday, May 8, by age and last name from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Seniors age 65 and older were given masks on Wednesday. A maximum of five masks is to be given to each vehicle. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh)

Dr. Emily Keimig is a dermatologist at Northwestern Memorial Hospital. She is also the Chief of the Division of Medical Dermatology and Assistant Professor of Dermatology at NUFSM. She joins Ji to talk about the best ways to prevent and treat “maskne” and how to stay safe and cool behind your face coverings in the up and coming hot months of summer.

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Born in South Korea, Ji Suk Yi immigrated to the U.S. when she was almost five years old. She had an eclectic childhood— a fusion of Southern and Korean American culture. She’s called Chicago home since 2006. (Click for more.)
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