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Is baking soda completely OK for black spots caused by chickenpox?
I had chickenpox 1 week ago and it is completely dried and left some spots on my face I want to get rid of them I heard that baking soda is good, but I also heard that it is dangerous and have side effect so what do you advise me and can you please tell me any other treatment to get rid of it fast? I didn't like the black spots and I want to get rid of them as much as possible I just have 3 spots on my face so how can I get rid of that and is backing soda safe and how often? I have tried: I have tried honey and yogurt so far and I don't know if it does work or not because I just tried it.for 3 days. I think it was caused by: I don't know I didn't itch it or do anything I don't really know what caused this problem
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