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Hello, I'd really like to improve the red marks on my nose and I really do not have a clue what to do. I've never used any facial products in my life because of the vast amount of selections available. It really is a daunting task to choose, in my opinion.

I'm an asian male with very sensitive skin. When I was 14-15, I got sick of having blackheads and started popping them, boy do I regret it. After popping several blackheads, a big fat pimple popped up on my nose and it was embarrassing so I popped it and as a result, faced with a red mark on my nose.

I'm 18 now.

1st picture is today

2nd picture is 2 months back.

It may not look that bad on photo due to shadows, but it looks hideous in real life.





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Are you sure it's not a scar? Judging by the photos it looks like it's indented to me. I would say a good product to use to fade red marks is apple cider vinegar, which you can find in many supermarkets and shops next to the normal vinegar.

I would say you should start off using a solution of 3 parts of water to 1 part of AVC, once a day and see how your face handles it.

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hmm, maybe its because the viewing angle from the top.

When I see it in the mirror, its definitely not indented, if so, maybe .00001mm

Some days it flares up so its really red and some days its slightly lighter

Maybe its rosacea, I really have no clue.

I'll try the apple cider. Thanks.

ps: If it really is indented, what do you suggest I should do?

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