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  • An Instagram-based drama for teens
  • An Instagram-based drama for teens
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An Instagram-based drama for teens

In a quest to reach Gen Z, Benzac Acne Solutions has created The Benzacs – an 'Insta-dramedy' that follows four high schoolers and their teen dramas as they strive to be cool while being true to themselves. It's got all the makings of a John Hughes film but in the form of 15-second videos.

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