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shallow indented scars on cheek

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hey guys! im kidna freakign out i have red ,arks on the side of my cheeks not toooo many but theyre shallow indented scars liek pretty shallow im wondering if they are gonna fill up or fill out or w/e.. if u could kindly respond that would be greatly appreciated... i really wanna kno!! eusa_wall.gif thanks!! biggrin.gif

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Mine have greatly improved since I had the Jessner peels. At least 50% so far. eusa_dance.gif The sooner you start working on them the better. I'm also taking vitamins and using vit c serum, AHA's, etc.

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Mine have greatly improved since I had the Jessner peels.  At least 50% so far.  eusa_dance.gif  The sooner you start working on them the better.  I'm also taking vitamins and using vit c serum, AHA's, etc.

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It depends on what they look like. They may go away on their own. I have red marks on the side of my cheeks as well and some of them have that shallow indented look and since the red marks have faded, the indention seems to be filling up. Again, it depends on how they look like. Maybe you should post a pic and ask everyone's opinions. Good luck!

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when you say indented scars does it just look indented or can you actually feel them indented in your skin?? i have a scar (not from acne) on my face and if i run my finger nail over it i can feel it indented

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It depends on what they look like. They may go away on their own. I have red marks on the side of my cheeks as well and some of them have that shallow indented look and since the red marks have faded, the indention seems to be filling up. Again, it depends on how they look like. Maybe you should post a pic and ask everyone's opinions. Good luck!

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