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While some people rarely think of mint beyond something to freshen their breath, this ancient herb can have impressive effects on human health. Its antibacterial and antiseptic properties make it particularly important when handling a severe case of acne. The open sores or pimples are breeding grounds not only for the underlying bacterium causing the acne, but also for other foreign pathogens that can exacerbate the condition. Applying mint oil or directly rubbing mint leaves on the site of your acne can protect your immune system and keep your acne breakout under control. Protection Status
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