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Its weird but I've had my marks for over a year. and all of sudden on the left side of my face..thier disappearing...I mean like within a week poof! all gone. Anybody else have this happen? Its weird I no longer have active acne on my left side..yet my right side and my chin is still breaking out.. However I have made soo many changes to the stuff i usually wash clean and moustrize my face with...it could be anything.

I just want to know..why is only one side healing? Any clues? if you do the same thing on both sides? anybody ever had that happen? within a week?

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what products are you using?

And what side of your face do you sleep on?

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I always thought it seemed like once they started fading a little bit, they were gone shortly after.

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lucky duck :)

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lol well not so lucky if only one side is healing. (however any type of healing is welcomed) ..I use Neutrogena Oil Free- Acne wash in the morining with a tablespoon of baking soda and my Homedics cleansing brush.

Then I wipe my face with Stridex Essential pads, then I dap with a Q-tip desert essence tea tree oil on any active acne.

Then I moisturize with Bach Rescue Cream. At night I do the same thing minus the baking soda, and tues and thursday i use my Homedics Micro dermabrasion kit.

But I do it on both side of my face. So I guess one side just heals super fast? after a year of not healing though...hmm. I sleep on my back, I always try no to turn my face to either side. So no germs from the pillow case goes on my face...I just find it...weird..and i wish i knew what exactly was working...

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I'm gonna say that it is the tea tree oil. That stuff seems to work really well. I'm not so sure about the baking soda, though. Also, Neutrogena is a miracle worker, so that is probably why as well.

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