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  1. Hello guys! So here's an idea. I think we should have a special topic dedicated to ways to cover up indented scars, either on a daily basis or for special occasions etc. I don't think this topic should be under Cosmetics & Grooming, because it easily gets lost there between all the topics related to acne only. I guess we all know that hiding acne and hiding scars are two different things and most people who suffer from scarring visit the Scar treatments subforum only. Also, covering up sca
  2. Hey guys! Hope everyone is having a good day I'm a guy and I have pretty severe acne scarring over most of my face (rolling/boxcars/ice picks) as well as skin tone issues (red/brown marks). Needless to say I get a lot of stares. Some inquisitive, some confused, and some disgusted. I'm at the end of my ropes and I hope to hide just a fraction of my scarring and marks. I've already seen many dermatologists and even went so far as to get Mixto C02 laser surgery 4 months ago (which may or may n
  3. Does Makeup Help with Self-esteem When You Have Acne?

    Research shows that having acne can seriously lower a person's self-esteem, in other words, her sense of his own worth and importance.1-3 A paper published in the International Journal of Women's Dermatology in 2017 analyzed 13 studies looking at self-confidence in acne patients. The researchers concluded that acne damages the self-image of people in all age groups, especially in women and people suffering from severe acne. The study authors wrote, "Our research included data from 13 studies...
  4. How to Choose Good Camouflage Makeup

    Camouflage makeup is used to cover especially severe skin conditions like: Vitiligo Tattoos Skin imperfections such as scars, stretch marks, and burns1,2 Severe or very red acne The most popular camouflage makeup products are: Camouflaging foundations Camouflage concealers Camouflaging creams and powders2 People with acne may wish to use camouflage makeup to cover acne lesions, acne scars, and/or hyperpigmentation (darkened spots that sometimes remain after acne lesions have healed). However, since makeup itself can potentially trigger acne,3 applying camouflage makeup to acne-prone skin may...
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