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Makeup is commonly used to make one’s face more attractive, but it can also help conceal scars and other skin irregularities as an extension of medical treatment.

Cosmetics makers have developed products designed to camouflage birthmarks, discoloration, and post-operative scars, as well as chromatosis and swelling resulting from the use of cancer drugs and other medications.

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