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whats the fastest way

to get rid of red marks and tone out your skin color and all that, i have blotchly skin some is redder in areas than others and id just like to tone it all one color or close or something what should i get and stuff i have like $80 woot laugh.gif

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I'm not sure how fast this works, but have you tried the tape method?? I JUST started using this method like yesterday and you would be amazed at all the JUNK the tape pulls off. I heard that it helps with redmarks.

As for toning your skin and getting it to be all one color, I have the same problem as you. My mom let me borrow this lotion of hers and it works pretty well. It's called Neutrogena Visibly Even I think and as a plus, it contains SPF 15. Also, anything with Vitamin C in it helps to calm the red spots on your face, it worked for me. I found a good moisturiser with Vitamin C from the Murad line.

Good Luck!

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Vitamins and drug store potions won't help, but a series of medium depth chemical peels should do the trick.

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Some people will murder me for saying this but..... either go tanning or get a fake tan. This will help fade red marks and it WILL even out your skin tone, all for under $80.

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I'm using the vitamin k stuff for acne marks. someone else said that it works good to. not expensive so try it (Vita-K is the brand)

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bb_sad.gif Like I just said, (ahem!) vitamins don't work. Tanning only makes it worse. Sunless tanning will make the white parts darker, making the red parts less obvious. Listen to Oldguy. Oldguy knows best.

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A combination of Retin-A (or Retin-A Micro) with Hydroquinone 4%. Both are available by prescription from a Dermatologist.

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