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Exfoliate 2 to 3 times per week
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Susan Evans, MD posted:
All skin types can benefit from exfoliation to remove dead skin cells and prevent fine lines and wrinkles. For sensitive skin, use a gentle enzyme scrub, and for oily and acne prone skin, use a scrub that contains salicylic or glycolic acid. Exfoliating several times per week will keep your skin tone fresh and radiant!
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jingale responded:
i am 52 and had the ssigns on the hand and face but i have no idea how to treat it, is there any way you can get rid of the signs of it and aging creams when you shouold start on them , also which is the best sunscreen you should be using the one for kids or the one for adults because i herad that kids sun screen has less chemical stuff so its better thanthe adults one
 
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4mwilson responded:
have oily acne prone skin that has large pores and redish undertones. what would be your suggested cleansing regimend?


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