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i'm trying to find out how to do a cholesterol pill look like i took a asfoor brownish peel and i thought it was my cholesterol pill?

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Dr. Julie Abbott
Preventive Medicine 45 years experience
I'm sorry ....: I can not help as I do not understand. A peel suggests something you may be doing to/for your skin; it seems like it would be hard to confuse with a cholesterol pill. Please reformulate your question and try again. Stay well; Good wishes:)

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