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Hi! I've been on the acne.org regimen for almost 6 weeks now, and my skin is improving well. I have some active pimples, but not nearly as many as I used to! However, I have so many red marks on my cheeks that it looks like I am still severely broken out. I know I'm not, because they bumps are not raised and the skin in smooth. I've thought about Derma Rolling, and I've also considered pure Aloe Vera. If I use Aloe Vera, I thought about replacing the acne.org moisturizer with it each night, but still using the acne.org moisturizer in the mornings. I've been using the acne.org AHA for a couple weeks now, and it just burns so bad..I also don't see any improvement, I think my skin is actually looking rougher after using it. Has anyone used Derma Rolling or pure Aloe Vera for red marks? How did it go?

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Glad to hear things are heading in the right direction for you and your skin.  You look great!!!  I will pray for you and you unfortunate situation and hope you will make peace with your skin.  Whether or not you use the Aloe Vera or the acne.org moisturizer I hope it works for you.  Let me wish you all the best in your future endeavors and I will continue to keep you and your unique skin situation in my prayer so that you might find peace and tranquility within.  Remember... To God you are always beautiful!!!  He did create you they way you are for a reason.  I am sure it is for a much greater reason then we can comprehend.  This is only a temporary hiccup in your long life and I pray that you will find peace within and look back in the future years to come and realize that you are beautiful and that your beauty comes from within not from your outside my dear.  Please hang in there through this difficult time and I promise that you will look back in future years and realize that this was a necessary step in your super positive future!

All the Best!!!


Father Smulnik

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