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I emailed ZENMED:

I have redmarks left behind from acne, they are slightly raised. They have been like this for a more than a year. I just wanna know what would be the best system to use. Thanks.

Their respone was:

Our Scar and Hyper Pigmentation Kit, is excellent if you

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The Skin Eraser is medicated with a well-known and

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This treatment needs only to be applied to the effected

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Has anyone tried this? or can some1 tell me another system for raised red bumps? Its like red marks, but their raised so its worse. Its not exactly a pimple, its just a bump left over from a pimple.

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sounds to me like you are still inflamed. I had this problem and my derm gave me these free samples of a steroid cream. It really works great in flattening them out (reducing the inflammation) and taking away some of the redness. I would ask your derm about this because it really worked for me. I now am left with the red marks but no current acne and my derm took me off retin-a micro which I was on for 5 years. She said I have no active acne and I don't acne medication anymore as it just makes the problem worst.

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hey, thanks icanthinkofaname. Whats the name of the steroid cream he gave you,thanks.

By "raised", do you mean that it is infected with stuff in it? Or is it hard, and thick like the normal skin, only raised?

If it has stuff in it, yes, it's infected and is a cyst/ or acne.

If it is hard and thick with nothing in it, it may be scartissue, I have raised scartissue in 3 places and the doc sais they will lower and smooth out in time.

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It's called dermatop. My situation was I had these acne type lesions that just kept crusting up and never went down to the surface of the skin. They were dark red almost a purple color. My derm gave me 3 samples of Dermatop which is a topical corticosteroid and finally after waiting since February these lesions surfaced. Turns out that it was very inflamed and my body was trying to heal them but I wasn't letting by touching every so often throughout the day and putting retin-a micro (maybe too much) over them. This dermatop cleared the problem up immediately. I was amazed. Now I am just left with red marks but I am not complaining. Good luck to you.

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yea, thanks. I read you can get steroid creams for acne that wont go down back to the surface over the counter. But in low %, you dont need prescription. I have like 3 bupms all on my nose that wont go to the surface, and had them for years. Its not even a pimple since theres no pus, but i'll go see a derm about this cream.

What type of cream was it?



Was it this one?



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I'm not sure what you mean by the difference between the 2 dermatops. I know my derm gave me 3 sample tubes and that's all I need because if you stay on these corticosteroids for too long it can actually thin out your skin. There is an ointment and a cream. Ointments are more greasy and I think are meant for dry skin and creams are less greasy. I'm almost positive it was prednicarbate. Hope I have helped. Please write back because I'm pretty sure this will help your problem in getting these "lesions" to surface. Good luck

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