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    Default How Can Freckles Be Treated

    One way is use of laser procedures which remove the freckle from the skin without causing any kind of damage to the surrounding tissue. This procedure uses liquid nitrogen in order to freeze the affected region of the skin so the freckle can be easily removed.

    The best way to avoid their appearance is by preventing exposure with intense sun or using an appropriate sunsreen , especially during the summer.

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    I don't think most people need freckles to be removed! They're beautiful and attractive in their own right. However, I guess if you want them removed, go for it, I'd just wonder about the side effects of removal.

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    For freckles, prevention is always better than cure! Freckles are a result of prolonged and unprotected sun exposure. Therefore make sure your wear a broad spectrum sunscreen before venturing out in the sun.

    Also. before going in for laser treatments, I suggest you should try skin care products that aim to treat freckles.

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