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Aspirin Mask - Reviews

Aspirin Mask

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Luna878
I would recommend uncoated Aspirin. It's easier to break up and mix. Most brands of uncoated Aspirin don't have any other ingredients, so you should be fine. Here's an example from Amazon: [link removed]

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Luna878
Well they removed my link, so I would search Geri-Care bottled aspirin on Amazon. Hope that helps!

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EnsuringDuke
Yes

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Yes

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Boneca
It's better if u don't use Ecosprin instead use Disprin bcoz Disprin and Aspirin both contain the same chemical composition. Google and see for urself. I've tried it. It's awesome!!!

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GreenScorpion
did the mask make your face itch?

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Ashley545
I was thinking the aspirin mask was used as an anti-inflammatory, instead of drying out pimples.

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SimplyTruth
This post is inaccurate. Here is a link to an article from a well-trusted source to disprove this statement. [link removed] "Another key way aspirin can change your skin for the better is by preventing breakouts. The acetylsalicylic acid in aspirin is a close relative of salicylic acid, which dermatologists recommend in the treatment of acne. Though the compounds aren't quite the same, some people swear by aspirin masks to calm that big, red zit. Yes, that means simply crushing aspirin and mixing it with a few drops of water to make an acne spot treatment. It can reduce that nasty I-word (inflammation) and remove oil and dead skin cells, just like an exfoliating product. Check with your dermatologist first."

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sarahcoogan6
I made aspirin in chemistry class. It does contain salicylic acid

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sarahcoogan6
I made aspirin in chemistry class. It does contain salicylic acid

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sarahcoogan6
I made aspirin in chemistry class. It does contain salicylic acid

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sarahcoogan6
I made aspirin in chemistry class. It does contain salicylic acid

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sidd510

atroposofnothing
I wouldn't recommend it. Ecosprin has a statin ingredient, and if it's "gastro-resistant" it also has a coating to keep it from irritating the stomach. These ingredients may not be harmful for your skin, but better safe than sorry---especially considering how inexpensive plain, non-coated aspirin is.

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