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  1. Your electric shaver is very good, maybe is the way you use it that it's causing you irritation, do you use it dry or wet? I agree with most of the things @bizz said, but I don't suggest to experiment with all those spot treatments and harsh chemicals on your face, they could make your skin very sensitive and leave awful marks and large pores. Don't use a chemical peel if you still have inflammation, trust me, it will worsen the problem. If you have dark spots and you want a mild peel to hel
  2. Hi thanks for all the info! I am actually using an electric shaver so maybe it has to do with after shaving I just put on moisturizer... Now I'm a little worried is it razor burn that I have I gotta look up how to treat that now!! Could you recommend some face washes, toners and cleansers? What are some other good masks & scrubs for marks? Okay, it would be nice to know what kind of electric razor you are using, perhaps it is not meant for sensitive skin and it's making you break out.
  3. Yeah your problem is due to shaving and lack of sleep and/or sleeping on your side, I'd would suggest to change your blade or typical razor for an Electric Razor which only cuts the hair and it's gentle with your skin, I also recommend to do the following skin care/life style routine: -Use a cleanser for sensitive skin in the morning and another with acne treatment or for oily skin at night (avoid benzoyl peroxide), next use a gentle toner (No Alcohol) and apply a moisturizer with SPF 30 in
  4. Use a chemical peel: Pre-Peel Salicylic Deep Gel Exfoliating Cleanser: http://www.amazon.co...ag=daiserz89-20 Lactic Acid 50% Gel Peel: http://www.amazon.co...ag=daiserz89-20 Hydrating Repair Peptide Wrinkle Cream (Post Peel): http://www.amazon.co...ag=daiserz89-20
  5. Okay, first of all, stop using makeup, I know it sucks to interact with other people with all those marks, but makeup only worsen the problem, specially if you don't use the right kind and don't apply it properly, and because you are male, your pores are larger than women so you'll get double the trouble, I know it by experience. So if you wanna fade away those red marks you have to be constant with your skin care routine (once again no makeup, let your skin breathe), I you don't have inflammati
  6. I agree, people tend to freak out if they don't see results for their acne and/or blemishes within a week, but what they don't understand that these kind of marks require time to heal and a completely 180° change in their lifestyle. Just be patient and constant in your skin care routine, I know it by personal experience
  7. You still are a little red and inflamed, you have to treat the bumps first before you intend to treat your scars and dark spots, so read keep reading if you already got rid of the inflammation: My dermatologist gave me a mild chemical peel in cream form called Betarretin H, the way you use is by applying a tiny bit over the spots at night and let it act for 30 minutes, then simply rinse it off with cold water, the next morning your face will look a little red, like sunburned, but that's complete
  8. Well, your pigmentation is barely a problem, but if you wanna use something natural, try a sea salt and sodium bicarbonate mask for around 20 minutes twice a week, or you can try an oatmeal and honey mask.
  9. Hello, I just joined this site and I'd like to help you and many more with acne prone skin. I've suffered with acne since I was 18 and due to my ignorance back them, those pimples became big dark spots, trust me my life was a nightmare for 3 years, this skin affection may not kill yourself but it certainly affects your social life because it is a disease pretty much everyone can see, it's not like a tumor which no one would know you are sick until you actually tell them. Well, whatever I'm 22 no