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I know it rapidly sheds skin, has antibacterial properties, and reduces redness.

My question is, does azelaic acid help normalize keratinization. I know other products help slough off dead skin from the surface, but almost do nothing for the inner lining of the pores, where the real clog begins.

And also, what is the strength of it's antibacterial properties? Can it be matched up with something like BP or Sulfa? Or is it a more secondary thing?


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I sent you a message, explaining what i personally experienced, but more on the antibacterial properties, Finacea if you even google it ( Azelaic acid ) notes that it has quite notable antibacterial properties...basically putting it as something you'd want to use to wipe out some bacteria.

More importantly, i'm stoked about how the redness on my cheeks is basically dulled down to the point where it's not even important to worry about.

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