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Cer­tain kinds of med­i­cal fa­cials may have side ef­fects. They can re­sult in mi­nor swellings, red­ness and in­creased translu­cence (when nerves are vis­i­ble). In ex­treme cases, they can cause blis­ter­ing, bleed­ing and pig­men­ta­tion as well. Those who have ex­tremely sen­si­tive skin, keloids and le­sions, or are preg­nant, must not opt for th­ese fa­cials. Share your com­plete med­i­cal history with your skin spe­cial­ist be­fore choos­ing any such fa­cial.

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