Photoshop CS5: Why do I keep getting these little glitch hash marks when using frequency separation to retouch my photos?

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I'm a headshot photographer and I've been using frequency separation to retouch my photos, however, lately I've been noticing these little glitch-y hashmarks cropping up after I've been using the spot-healing brush in low frequency in one area after a while. Does anyone have any tips for avoiding this occurence? 
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David Converse

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This is usually from using the same source on top of itself, you can see that on single-layer files as well. You may have to apply a blur or dust and scratches or median to that area to remove them