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    Acne but doesn't respond like acne
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    NikkiNjd posted:
    Is it possible to have something that is not acne? Nothing I have tried works and it is painful and itchy. I have them all over my face and back. Never had acne as a teenager. Started about the same time as I got Mono in high school.
     
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    EdithIkerNagyonFacebook responded:
    Hello Dear, Do not worry, there is a new lotion out there that scientists accidentally found working for lots of problems like wrinkles, acne, discoloration, etc, and it might help you in as little as two to five days. Look me up at Edith (Iker) Nagy on facebook, and there are some pictures about it on my timeline. if you are not on facebook, email me. You will not be sorry. Good luck


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