My fourth year of medical school, I was on a dermatology rotation and I had the pleasure of helping care for a female patient with a squamous cell carcinoma of her left index finger.
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I have frequently had chemical peels due to hyperpigmentation issues, and of all the different types of peels I have had on my face this is by far the best to see and feel a noticeable difference with one treatment when applied to the face. I have experienced minimal irritation with application of the product to my face. If you would like to have clearer skin and a brighter complexion, schedule an appointment for a consultation to discuss what product may be right for your skin!
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