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Using Great Products but the Skin Still Has Problems

SpecialChem / Nick Morante – Sep 24, 2008

Sometimes being in the beauty business is not such a great thing. I constantly have family members coming to me with their woes, let alone always asking for free stuff. One particular instance involved an aunt (who was over 50 years old) who kept complaining that every time she tries to use anti-aging products to reduce her wrinkles, she breaks out in an awful case of acne. Yes, "elderly" people can also suffer from acne. I'm sure you've heard numerous testimonials on TV about how acne interferes with some of the most important events in people's lives. Well I had to do some research otherwise I wouldn't hear the end of it. You might ask why I have to do research on this if I have over 30 years of experience in the business. Well I just wanted to make sure. Some of the research was common sense, such as anti-aging ingredients and anti-acne ingredients and the claims made for them. But when I went further into this research I found out something quite peculiar - something that may have been the source of her problem.

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