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Face masks are an important tool in fighting the coronavirus, but some say they come with an annoying side effect: acne. Jen Kotkin is a teacher in the Phoenix area and says wearing a mask for a short period of time has been causing some skin problems. She worries what it will do to her face if and when she has to go back to teaching in a classroom and wearing the mask all day. Dermatologists have some tips on how to keep your skin clear. Inside Edition Digital’s Mara Montalbano has more.
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