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what is the best at-home skin care device. I still have some acne on chin area, some slight ...(Read more)
Asked by: joyeann | Last answered: November 2, 2009 9:03 AM | Acne | 1 Answers

I'm not sure a "device" is what you need. Probably a good skin care regemin would be best. Rosacea ...(Read more)
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