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#1 pelicanprentice

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Posted 24 February 2013 - 11:28 PM

hi there. so im looking for the fastest way to get rid of/fade red marks in about 4 months.

i just started using a turmeric and honey mask for the past 2 nights. i am good with following anything religously.

please help me. its urgent.

im looking to purchase anything under $100.

 

Currently. I wash my face in the morning with the shower head, and then i use Kiss My face 4% AHA Moisterizer all over my face.

Then at night- i was my face with warm water, apply honey/turmeric mask, then i wait 20 mins, then i wash it off with spectre/mary kay 3in1 oil free cleanser/ baking soda. then i splash cold water on my face, and apply the Kiss my face aha moisterizer.

i need help.

 

PS: THE LIGHT WAS REALLY LOW IN MY WASHROOM. THE RED MARKS ARE ALOT REDDER. YOU CAN SEE THEM ALOT.

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Posted 25 February 2013 - 10:22 AM

The only thing that crossed my mind to get in of red marks in 4 months is the V-beam laser but that's going to cost a hell of alot more than 100$.

as the laser is out of discution, I strongly reccomend you get a toner or a exfoliator containting AHA and start use differin in about 8-9 you should really see the difference.



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Posted 25 February 2013 - 12:17 PM

Do some research on chemical peels, maybe see if an esthetician does them near you?




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