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Another form of exfoliation performed in a salon uses a diamond- tipped, crystal-free microdermabrasion machine to gently buff away the surface layer of skin.


An additional option is a light glycolic acid and beta hydroxy acid treatment. This can be purchased over the counter or prepared at home using organic papaya (glycolic) and pineapple (beta hydroxyl) for more even skin tone. These treatments, sometimes referred to as acid peels, can be applied to the face for no more than 10 to 15 minutes, typi- cally every two to four weeks or every few months. Treatment serums, moisturizing


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