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    How to get rid of stubborn acne
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    Teengirl456 posted:
    I have stubborn acne, and I been using this product called Neutrogena oil-free acne face wash and I see little results I been using it for like 2 weeks. I also have dark spots, and acne scars which makes it look worse.[br>I tried:[br>Proactive[br>Clean and Clear [br>Acnefree[br>Egg white facial[br>Apple vinegar cider[br>Lemon and cinnamon facial[br>Basically I tried most of the home remedies.[br>[br>What can I do? I want to get rid of this by the end of the summer.
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