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 What is the reaction of salicylic acid&sodium hydroxide?

Answer Salicylic acid and sodium hydroxide are two well-known chemical compounds with a variety of uses. When correctly combined and processed, these two substances react to create a separate chemical com... Read More »
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How to Use Salicylic Acid?

Salicylic acid is a peeling agent that causes the outer layer of skin to shed off. Available in over-the-counter treatments and from a doctor's prescription, salicylic acid treats acne, dandruff, w... Read More »
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What is salicylic acid?

Salicylic acid is a medicine which is used to treat a variety of skin conditions. While acne is the problem most frequently treated with salicylic acid, a number of other problems respond well to t... Read More »
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Does salicylic acid scar?

How much acidity does it have? Only experiences I have with things like that is apple cider vinegar to remove moles, and it was diluted to 5% acidity (still alot of acids that break down and clean ... Read More »
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