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  • No one with Acne should not be refused to be hired
  • Yes, but it can be treated and / or covered with makeup. Not so much with other factors that also interfere with such things. I'd recommend to anyone with any kind of acne to use a dilution of 1 part vinegar to 3 parts water on the acne two times a day to start. If the skin gets too dry try once a day or 4 parts water. But your dermatologist is your best bet.
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thanks for your comment and information :)
  • I love acne.
    • DancesWithWolves
      Wow SMH
  • When you say that "no one with acne should not be refused to be hired", you're making decisions based solely on emotion. Do you know why name-brand merchandise has higher sales than its generic counterpart? A lot of it has to do with the packaging - a product has to have eye appeal. People are the same way. When people apply for a job, they have to sell themselves to their prospective employer. It isn't just about qualifications as much as we may want to think it is. A person's appearance carries a lot of weight in whether they're going to get the job or not. Acne may not be a person's fault, but it is still a factor in getting hired.

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