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June/05 again

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I WILL ACCEPT YOUR ADVICE ON REDNESS

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      Eucerin just came out with a new line of products to help with redness, I haven't tried them, but here's the link if you're interested: www.eucerinus.com/rednessrelief

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      if you can handle the recovery time, I think maybe a dermabrasion might help a lot. I had one about 4 years ago. But get an antibiotic to stop future breakouts first.

      Acutane wont work with dermabrasion. Maybe bactrim will have a huge impact. but it doesnt look like you have a bad acne problem, just scarring and redness.

      three suggestions. Bactrim or another oral medicine (if you keep breaking out), a topical, and try dermabrasion or another procedure to get rid of the scarring. While your skin heals from the dermabrasion, hopefully a lot of that redness will fade also.

      Talk to a good plastic surgeon in your area. I think they might be able to help. I tried a few laser things to reducre redness also, but that really didnt help. I think the redness just needs time to fade. But i also think the redness might be complicated by the scarring which needs to be improved first.

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      at another look at the other pictures, i think dermabrasion is your best bet. I had the same type scarring, although not nearly as severe. But dermabrasion worked very very well. It will GREATLY reduce those "rip" scar marks and will also reduce redness while you recover.

      Do yourself a favor, look into it and get a good plastic surgeon.

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      Dermabrasion is probably your best shot.

      If you don't want to do anything that drastic, then AHA or salicylic acid or topical retinoids like vitamin A or Retin-A or Retinol will speed up the fading you get with time of the redness. But it won't smooth your skin out that much, whereas dermabrasion will.

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      do myself a favour and look into a good plastic surgeon? what are you guys fukin smoking?!

      look at me. do you think that I have a paying job to cover that kind of shit?! does it even look like i have a job?! fukk, why dont you do me the favour and pay for it if the solution is so simple

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