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Does Azelaic Acid Lighten Skin and Reduce Pigmentation?

Azelaic acid has a few benefits for the skin, some of which are unsung. This dicarboxylic acid has anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and anti-redness properties, the reason is widely used for acne. But does azelaic acid lighten skin and fade hyperpigmentation? Before having your questions answere...

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