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    Thats my big problem too. I am using Lander hydrating cocoa butter lotion with vitamin e and coconut oil and also Palmers cocoa butter but it seems they are not working, instead they have given me an itchy feeling that causes more pimples in my skin. So since no product works for me yet, I just normally take a shower with a not so warm but a bit cold water to kill the germs of my skin and I usually scrub or put ice on my face and to my entire body.

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    I would think you are using too many butters are you using them on your body as well as you face? Try using some jojoba oil, sweet almond oil, rose hip oil, etc. instead. You do not indicate if your face is breaking out. More information would be beneficial in order to help you further.

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    I think before use some of cream, maybe you can read carefully instruction on cream pack. Some tips you can apply, first you must wash your face. For good results, you can see up to three days for that. Because some affect of cream need some days.

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    exfoliate - I think this is the best way to eliminate those scars. Exfoliate about twice a week and use a whitening soap every day. You will see a difference in the texture of your skin in about a months' time.

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    Have you heard of Bio Oil? Makes a huge difference to scarring and is safe for use on the face!

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    sensitive skin can cause acne, use some cream with acceptable your skin, especially face.

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    Sensitive skin has a low tolerance level to certain products. Natural skin care can be an effective way of treating sensitive skin. Use almond or jojoba oil to cleanse your face. Make a face mask out of fruit. Aloe vera is good for sensitive skin.

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    It is true treating pimples needs both patience and persistence, but sometimes time is the thing you are short of. You desperately need them off your face at any cost; the world seems almost cruel otherwise. You almost feel like tearing your hair out thinking of how to get rid of pimples overnight and it is for situations like these that there are over the counter drugs and ointments.


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