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    Dark Spots & Blemishes
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    shanteia posted:
    Hi. I am a 30 yr. old mom and I have dark spots and blemishes on my face on the cheeks and a few small dark spots around the chin area. I never had acne when I was in my teens and 20's. Now that I am in my early 30's, I have purchased acne facial products and I am stuck to choose between Clearasil's Daily Clear Vanishing Acne Treatment Cream or Ambi Fade Cream For Oily Skin. Which product is best for use?
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    johnkeller responded:
    Place a few potato slices on the affected part of the skin and leave them on for a couple of minutes, to reduce pigmentation problems. This can make you skin appear less patchy.


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