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We all deal with blemishes, but luckily there’s something
you can do about them. Using facial cleansers with benzoyl peroxide and
salicylic acid are great for clearing up unwanted pimples, and these products
can easily be found at most drugstores.
The benzoyl peroxide fights bacteria, and the salicylic acid eliminates
excess oil on your skin. Together, they’re a blemish-fighting duo!
To get rid of the discoloration, you can make your own
face mask right at home. Just mix
1 cup of orange peels in a blender with 1 cup of milk until it turns into a
paste, and slather onto the discolored areas. Let it dry for 30 minutes, then rinse it off. You can also rub fresh lemon juice on
those spots and leave it on for about 15 minutes each day. The discoloration could be from sun
damage or acne scars, but using these tips should help it go away.
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BY CASEY LIEBERMAN ON 8/24/2011 12:00:00 AM
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