Unrefined shea butter can help treat acne and other minor skin problems because it's a natural moisturizer with antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, according to Better Shea Butter. The butter doesn't clog por... More »

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Shea butter does not cause acne, but can help fight and prevent acne due to high levels of vitamin A and vitamin E. Shea butter also contains anti-bacterial properties, which help to fight acne, according to Simple Daily... More »

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While pure shea butter is useful in cooking, it is also highly beneficial as a topical cream for treating dry skin, moisturizing hair and soothing cracked heels and chapped lips. It can also be used to combat cosmetic pr... More »

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Jojoba oil is noncomedogenic, making it a good moisturizer for people with acne-prone skin. Moisturizing acne-prone skin too heavily leaves it feeling greasy, while too little moisturizer leaves skin dry and flaky, espec... More »

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To cover up scars, exfoliate the scarred area, and massage a moisturizer onto the scar. Apply camouflage makeup to the scar, and set the makeup with a setting spray, or use a powder brush to apply translucent powder over... More »

There are a few effective methods to get rid of dark knees and elbows, such as using lemon juice, baking soda, exfoliating scrub, sugar, olive oil or moisturizer. For example, a simple way to lighten dark areas on the el... More »

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Using a facial cleanser targeted toward oily and acne-prone skin, an oil-free moisturizer and spot treatment is the traditional sequence to minimizing the visibility of pimples overnight. Spot treatments are found at the... More »

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