How To Reduce The Redness And Swelling Of Acne. by Chloe McLean - Musely
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How To Reduce The Redness And Swelling Of Acne.

posted in Skin & Body
05/29/2014
  • This is a quick and easy method that could save you a lot of money on acne treatments . Simply use one Uncoated aspirin tablet with four drops of water, mash the mixture up and apply to the spot directly. Leave this on for a few minutes and rinse it off with warm water! Avoid contact with eyes.
    This is a quick and easy method that could save you a lot of money on acne treatments . Simply use one Uncoated aspirin tablet with four drops of water, mash the mixture up and apply to the spot directly. Leave this on for a few minutes and rinse it off with warm water! Avoid contact with eyes.
  • This is an easy tip that can be used to treat problematic acne, as it helps to reduce the swelling and the redness of the spot. Also, it promotes the healing of those spots that drive you insane!! I hope this tip helps you a great deal. Thankyou for reading!x

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