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Blemish

Any scuff or other mark on the surface of a coin. This may reduce a coin's value as a collector's item, even if the coin does not circulate. See also: Numismatics.
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Dennis Gross comments, "The key to better results is to find treatment products which prevent future breakouts while simultaneously working to heal current blemishes.
There's afterglow (yellow) to disguise dark circles and brighten skin; dewkist (green) to tone down redness; nude (light beige) to camouflage discolouration and sand (deep beige) to cover up blemishes.
Both the clear solution and the concealer contain spot-fighting agents which quickly reduced my blemishes.
It is widely believed that the oxidation in pigment cells of skin (melanocytes) causes excessive melanin production, which induces blemishes and brown spots on skin.
Using the Clone Stamp tool, you can replace blemishes with existing, unmarred portions of the image.
Omar Bernal, a natural foods specialist who sells coca tea in a flea market, claims the products treat everything, including digestive problems, migraines, skin blemishes, high cholesterol, arthritis and fatigue.
In research, Olay, the UK's number one skincare brand, has found that up to 57% of women suffer from signs of ageing and problems with blemishes.
While most consumers can identify produce that is affected by bruises or blemishes, many commodities may have internal damage that affects quality.
After a few months, we noticed small cracks and dark blemishes on some of the LCD displays in the center control panel.
The blemishes, intentional and central to the theme, are not brought on by precipitous mishap but by nature.
HERE'S THE right hand of Michelangelo's David; those colored spots and lines mark the cracks, blemishes, and grime that have accumulated over 499 years.
However, visual inspection can't always distinguish harmless blemishes from spots of fecal matter.