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Remedy for acne with toothpaste

Put a little bit of toothpaste on your finger (mint works best) and rub it in on you acne affected leave on for approx. 2 minutes wash off with damp towel it leaves you feeling fresh and clean Tip: not touching your face helps not to cause acne. this remedy you can tell the difference in like one hour after done. :) Hope you like it I found out while experimenting at home very risky but I thought it would and it did so yay! Good Luck getting rid of that acne!

I said you acne affected I

I said you acne affected I meant your acne affected. :) woops.

plus I say i thought it would

plus I say i thought it would it should be I thought it would work bunches of typos sorry I was typing fast.

Please comment!!!!! I want to

Please comment!!!!! I want to know how well it works on others skin becuz i have medium oily so yea.

sorry for being so late i

sorry for being so late i rarely get on here, well my friends have tried it and We all have diff. types of skin they said it worked, and I trust them but I wouldnt try it on dry skin it will probably dry you out then your face will produce more oil.

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