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#1 istecrew

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Posted 30 November 2012 - 06:06 PM

Is there anything I can do to get rid of them or at least reduce them?

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Posted 30 November 2012 - 06:22 PM

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Posted 30 November 2012 - 06:51 PM

He probably means red/dark marks after acne, Syrupop. Posted Image

Other than time and making sure you're treating active pimples, you could try anti-inflammatory and "moisturizing" ingredients like colloidal oatmeal or niacinamide. Depending what you're using already and how many products you have, you could use a cheap colloidal oatmeal face wash like the Aveeno Active Naturals Moisturizing Bar for Dry Skin ($2 to $4 in drugstores or Walmart) or use a moisturizer with colloidal oatmeal in it (First Aid Beauty has a $22 serum with it, and has urea, squalane and glycerin that would be better suited when you're using BP to offset potential dryness). Another nice, cheap moisturizer with niacinamide is the CeraVe Facial Moisturizing Lotion PM which is about $10 to $14 or so. You could use both a colloidal oatmeal face wash with a niacinamide moisturizer to maxmize results, but you could pick whatever that's suited to your budget and regimen. Posted Image

Edit: Don't forget sunscreen! It's important to prevent longer-lasting redness and possible sun-induced hyperpigmentation.

Edited by Michelle Reece, 04 December 2012 - 03:35 PM.


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Posted 02 December 2012 - 08:34 PM

BP always makes marks stay longer. Once your acne is completely under control, you can tackle the scarring.

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Posted 03 December 2012 - 05:01 AM

BP always makes marks stay longer. Once your acne is completely under control, you can tackle the scarring.

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He probably means red/dark marks after acne, Syrupop. Posted Image

Other than time and making sure you're treating active pimples, you could try anti-inflammatory and "moisturizing" ingredients like colloidal oatmeal or niacinamide. Depending what you're using already and how many products you have, you could use a cheap colloidal oatmeal face wash like the Aveeno Active Naturals Moisturizing Bar for Dry Skin ($2 to $4 in drugstores or Walmart) or use a moisturizer with colloidal oatmeal in it (First Aid Beauty has a $22 serum with it, and has urea, squalane and glycerin that would be better suited when you're using BP to offset potential dryness). Another nice, cheap moisturizer with niacinamide is the CeraVe Facial Moisturizing Lotion PM which is about $10 to $14 or so. You could use both a colloidal oatmeal face wash with a niacinamide moisturizer to maxmize results, but you could pick whatever that's suited to your budget and regimen. Posted Image

Edit: Don't forget sunscreen! It's important to prevent longer-lasting redness and possible sun-induced hyperpigmentation.


thankyou for the information will take this under contraindication


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