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Considering Acid Treatment For Red Marks. Need Advice!

I have now only red marks left after my acne. A little scarring but it doesnt matter for me because its the red marks that are most visible. It's not like red "cirlcle dot" marks. It's like more a big area/surface in my cheeks, jawline and temple. Because it's so many red dots its more linked now and its like a big red surface. My red marks dot are not seperated.. Hope u understand what i mean.

However I did try Vbeam but my doc is so incompetent and i didnt see any improvements(quite expensive for 0 improvement). And because it will be difficult to avoid the sun when the summer is coming, i consider to stop using Vbeam.

I consider letting the time fade my marks(it sucks!) and maybe use acid peeling. Im quite new to this acid treatment. There are so many? Aha Bha etc etc. Can someone give me some advice? Like i said its mostly red marks i want to treat. Its not a small dot. Almost my whole face are covered with red marks. I cant find any salon where i can make this so im considering to use it at home. What is the most common for red marks treatment?

This time i will be patient, giving it 3 month or so.

Thanks!

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Anyone, please? There are so many acids that i dont know where i should begin...Heard of aqua glycolic, aha, lactic acid etc... whats the difference and which one works?

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