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First, Ta begins with clean, moisturized skin, prepping the lids with La Mer concealer to camouflage any redness or discoloration, and then locks it in place with translucent powder.
Chandler said this was because fire crews had plumbed the city’s water reserves, stirring sediments that normally lie undisturbed at the bottom of tanks and pipes, and that the discoloration was not dangerous to people’s health.
In this way, vitamin C can do double-duty for your skin by eliminating the free radicals that can cause lines, wrinkles, and discoloration and by boosting collagen production for a smoother, more youthful look and feel to your skin.
It is scheduled to undergo a mudpack treatment this spring to remove discolorations.
There also may be temporary discoloration of the gum tissues, but that will go away within a couple of days.
City officials recommend running cold water through the taps for 5-10 minutes for Katy residents who notice some discoloration.
Dental fluorosis can vary in severity from mild tooth discoloration to severe staining, enamel erosion and pitting.
The water discoloration residents are seeing is the result of mid-1950s water mains that must be reinforced with concrete to be brought up to modern-day standards, said Baltimore County’s Department of Public Works spokeswoman Lauren Watley.
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