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Using Rubbing Alcohol as a Toner?

Photo © Angela Palmer

Some people swear by rubbing alcohol for a facial toner.  After all, won't it deep cleanse the skin and help heal up acne?  Find out what really happens when you put rubbing alcohol on your face.

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