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    Default Acne Help/ Scars

    Hi guys. I'm new here
    I need help with my facial problems of acne and scars. Also does anyone have a good procedures for taking care of your skin and keeping a clearer skin? and etc.
    Also I a Oil-Free Neutrogena Acne wash twice a day once in the morning and at night. And that's pretty much all I used on my face because I don't really have very oily or dry skins.
    And recommendation for any type of products?

    And I provided two pictures of one side of my cheeks.


    The picture shows me right cheek since it more serious than the left, my left cheek only has a few of those scars.

    Any type of given advice and help are appreciated.

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    it looks like regular acne to me. first make sure you cleanse your face on a daily basis. use some benzoyl peroxide to dab on the existing pimples. cleanse your face again at night before you go to bed. the neutrogena cleanser is good. the benzoyl peroxide will help dry up the pimples. start out using a low dose of the benzoyl peroxide. i can't dry out your skin.

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    I would suggest you to try Nivea facial wash for men. I personally have tried nivea facial wash for women and I must say it has given me a good result. And I would advice you to just use one or two chemicals to your face to avoid complications. And I think your face is too sensitive that's why use only mild chemicals that you think will suit your face.
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    The Oil-Free Acne Wash from Netrogena is excellent for acne. It contains salicylic acid at 2%which will definately help your acne and your skin. It is good idea to use this face wash whether you have acne or not so don't stop using it after your clean clears up.

    After you use this wash follow Brenda's advice with just dabbing the benzoyl peroxide on the spots. This regime will really help you and you should see results quickly.

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    Oh okay. Thanks for the helps! But I;ve been using it for awhile now, just really haven't seen really good results.

    I've been trying to get clearer skin for ages!

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    Quote Originally Posted by xPrestige View Post
    Hi guys. I'm new here
    I need help with my facial problems of acne and scars. Also does anyone have a good procedures for taking care of your skin and keeping a clearer skin? and etc.
    Also I a Oil-Free Neutrogena Acne wash twice a day once in the morning and at night. And that's pretty much all I used on my face because I don't really have very oily or dry skins.
    And recommendation for any type of products?

    Any type of given advice and help are appreciated.


    Acne scar on face is a major problem nowadays. Afterwords, it may become sensitive for most of the people. In that case, I can speak about my experience. My skin used to have pigmentation marks, now they have diminished over time after I apply DR Secret skin care. It is very good, but need to apply daily. If you are not lazy, skin care is better than any laser removal.

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    I had problems with acne scars but tried loads of stuff to try and fade them. To be honest hardly anything really works, accept seeing a professional skin care doctor which costs a lot. I did try murad post acne spot lightening gel that helped a bit, not much though.

    As for a cleanser, i'd just try some of the more common ones like murad, proactiv, zenmed. Some work for certain people and not others so you'll need to just try them out.

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    Smile Acne Treatment

    Application of honey and lemon is best for acne treatment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sumi1 View Post
    Application of honey and lemon is best for acne treatment.
    I need to contradict you here...
    For example persons with oly skin, will never have good results using this treatment based on honey and lemon. In some cases can the acnee can become even worse.
    Do you know what seborrheic keratosis is?

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    Honey and lemon has helped some people but it has not been a proven remedy for acne.

    Benzoyl peroxide is one of the best substances to treat mild to moderate acne. It is an organic compound and is contained in most over-the-counter products, including lotions, creams or sprays. Many specialists consider it an effective treatment and can produce results in four to six weeks.

    Believe it or not, toothpaste it still a favourite amongst a lot of people to treat acne and it really does work.


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