What is the difference between blemish and freckles? how to treat them?
Freckles are skin pigmentations. Blemishes are bacteria clogged pores. To get rid of freckles there are many different brands of fade creams that seem to work after a long time of use. And blemishes can be cleared with an antibacterial face wash. I sell Avon, we offer quite a few items. I know that the facial cleansing wash from Avon that I use is awesome. I have been buying it for years even before I started selling.
As for the freckles, Avon has a fade cream. But my question is, why change how you look? Be proud of who you are. If you're still interested in getting rid of them though, I can give you some suggestions. I do not want to turn this answer into an advertizement, so just message me if you want to know product information.
I hope this helped a little ^_^
Freckles are acceptable when the person does not resent them. Otherwise, makeup, healthy eating and exercise can help when any condition is thought of as a blemish.
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