That was a headline from an article printed in 1933 about an Italian doctor using dry ice to remove freckles. Keep in mind now that dry ice is minus 109 degrees F. That's COLD. The article went on to say that the dry ice was in contact with the freckle for about three seconds.
Depending on the number of freckles, I imagine it could probably take a long time!
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Take a look on YouTube and you'll see us cleaning equipment using dry ice. And if our new video is up and running, you might even find yourself tapping your toes to the music!
We'll save the freckle cleaning to somebody else!
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