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if you brush your face will you shed cells?

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o.O why would brush your face ?
the only way i know to shed your face is by using a mask
i ment strock your face

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strock ?
i fail at spelling that word...
u mean stroke ?
yes
i ment a simple touch to make you shed dead cells
uhmm i dont think so
its just a question for pondering then
i must leave now
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The answer's yes. We have dead cells on the surface of our bodies, all the time. And they're always falling off of us. If you brush your face, some dead skin cells would surely fall off.
thanks
Lol sure. Do you...know how to close a question?
If you touch anywhere on ur body you can and will lose dead skin cells :) Even your clothes are removing dead skin cells right now! (which is kinda gross if you think about it) ;)
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