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Does this daily routine help?

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Male, 22, suffering from acne scars and redness

 

AM

 

CosRx low ph good morning cleanser

The Ordinary Vitamin C 

CosRx 92 snail all in one cream moisturizer 

CosRx Aloe Vera Sunscreen

 

PM

 

Same as AM except no sunscreen

 

Please let me know how effective this routine is for healing acne scars, box scars, and redness and looking younger. Any product suggestion or advice is appreciated.

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@Seekinghelpasapq Bit confused by this post. Redness is not Scars. PIE or wouding post acne and hyperpigmentation are often issues. No lotion or potion will fix scars. Hyperpigmentation yes they can help. CosRx is AsianBeauty on Reddit.com go there and read up on hyperpigmentation and those products. Vitamin C is beneficial. Glycolic acid is beneficial. 

It will do nothing for your boxcars, you need proper treatment. Read about PIE in the FAQ, linked at the top of the main scar treatments sub.

Use nightly: Retin-a or tretinorin(prescription), or Differin (Target/Walmart), The Ordinary Granactive Retinoid (if you can't get the above). Cureology(USA) & Yoderm(USA) provides online prescriptions with customized skin care creams for your concerns, those in UK Dermatica provides the same thing. Apply a moisturizer when your face is dripping wet. Wait 5 minutes for it to dry, and then apply the tretinoin. This cuts down on irritation, you can also skip days of application (one or two days a week) if it's irritating and you need to build up %. This provides skin turnover - new collagen. To prevent (reds & browns from all Dr-treatments to ethnic skin or to work on current skin discoloration), try PCA hydroquione free gel for Hyperpigmentaion (Amazon) or Cureology/Dermatica includes this in their products if ordered. Using this prevents hyperpigmentation from treatments. Hydroquinone has side effects for some people, natural options  are better with ingredients like: kojic acid/Konjac, Alpha Arbutin, Niacinamide by The Ordinary is great for large pores, discoloration, and inflamation. The Ordinary, Cerave, Eucerin, Dr Sam Bunting Flawless Cleanser, La Roche-Posay (sensitive), and Acne.org's products are all great options for moisturizers and cleaners without fragrance / dyes / allergens. The Three most important things one can use are: Vitamin A skin turnover (retinol, retinaldehyde, retinoid), Vitamin C Serum which makes collagen, and a sunscreen (zinc oxide physical for sensitive skin).

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