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Then is there anything that will at least fade them?? I have 2 new DARK red spots on my cheek and not even my make-up covers them :(

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You could try putting diluted apple cider vinegar on them. It's fading my red marks a lot, and it seems to work especially well on new marks.

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I highly recommend Sulfacet-R that needs to be prescribed by a doctor.

It's a special medicine that covers red spots and helps with acne as well.

But it's realy hard to find this medicine in stores, but it's really worth it.

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I highly recommend Sulfacet-R that needs to be prescribed by a doctor.

It's a special medicine that covers red spots and helps with acne as well.

But it's realy hard to find this medicine in stores, but it's really worth it.

Thank you I will ask for it! does it really cover them up and could I use it under make-up?

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I highly recommend Sulfacet-R that needs to be prescribed by a doctor.

It's a special medicine that covers red spots and helps with acne as well.

But it's realy hard to find this medicine in stores, but it's really worth it.

Thank you I will ask for it! does it really cover them up and could I use it under make-up?

Synderella, Sulfacet-R is a special lotion that covers red marks and lightens up the face, as well as reduces any redness.

Sulfacet-R comes with a color liquid that you will need to pure it into the Sulfacet-R to get the right color for your skin to cover it.

It works like a make up, but it's a lotion and it will hide the redness and red spots. You do not need to apply makeup, it will make your skin smooth.

Also make sure you apply a really thin layer of Sulfacet-R, because then you face might be getting a little bit dry and it might look like you're wearing make up.

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Using a regular make up and not natural one can cause the red marks to heal slower.

Yes, Sulfacet-R Lotion is a perfect medication that works just like a make up, but make skin more smoother.

Sulfacet-R Lotion will cover red marks and it will also help in the process of acne. It might not cover all the redness, but it will lighten up your skin.

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for the past few days a egg white and lemon mask worked awesome for me i couldnt believe it i got the recipe from a post on here from someone named delna

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I highly recommend Sulfacet-R that needs to be prescribed by a doctor.

It's a special medicine that covers red spots and helps with acne as well.

But it's realy hard to find this medicine in stores, but it's really worth it.

Thank you I will ask for it! does it really cover them up and could I use it under make-up?

Synderella, Sulfacet-R is a special lotion that covers red marks and lightens up the face, as well as reduces any redness.

Sulfacet-R comes with a color liquid that you will need to pure it into the Sulfacet-R to get the right color for your skin to cover it.

It works like a make up, but it's a lotion and it will hide the redness and red spots. You do not need to apply makeup, it will make your skin smooth.

Also make sure you apply a really thin layer of Sulfacet-R, because then you face might be getting a little bit dry and it might look like you're wearing make up.

Thank you! I am defiantly going to get this stuff

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