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    rosacea rears it's ugly head. before it gets bad start treating it. use a good non comedomial moisturizer and keep your face protected if it is getting cold outside. flare ups of any skin problem usually show up in the colder weather. start treatment before it goes in to a full blown breakout.

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    Dandruff is a common problem faced by almost people in the season of winter. Different people can get dandruff because of different reasons. ... Not washing your hair often with shampoo can be a main cause of dandruff in hair. Cold air in winter makes your scalp skin more dry that becomes a cause of dandruff.


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