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naturalskin: ACV Toner / Aspirin Tea Mask / Thanks! First of all, I want to thank everybody who replied to my previous entry about ACV, aspirin masks and scalp problems! I took all of your scalp suggestions into consideration and I'm hoping that I'll be flake free soon in the future. :D
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I've had acne since I was in fourth grade; now I'm nearing the end of my senior year and am still struggling with my acne. I ran across Witch Hazel in the store, and I already knew the herb itself has a history of being used to heal, so I decided to take a chance and buy it. When everything else has failed, you just kinda try anything and everything that seems even moderately promising. I started using it about a week ago, and already I can see the results. I use it when I first wake up and am getting ready for school, and then I use it right before I go to bed. It's real gentle, doesn't burn or irritate. Witch Hazel Reviews
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