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There is a murad acne spot eraser gel. It may have hydroquionone in it though. It might be okay tho for small use
 

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What can take away red marks from acne? My doc has be using Obagi. Anyone heard of this
I have acne scar with red marks on my face for a long time, recently, my chinese doctor pass a free sample to me let me try it. Since I have it, in a couple days, I feel my scars looks well-distributed. and my skin looks so clean and vibrant, after that I purchase the Pristine Skin Care Acne Fighter to apply on my body and my hair which mentioned on their internet, I follow the instruction. It's so amazing, my hair looks so healthy, and eliminate the acne inside my hair too, and my skin feel so silky smooth on my body. This experience would be helful. Good luck
 

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acne marks, like little red marks? Mederma, which can be purchased at Target, is absolutely amazing. if the marks are fairly fresh, within a week you will see a huge difference!
 

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aloe vera can help but it wont completely do the job. jojoba oil is good for moisterizing but i have never heard of anyone using it for acne scars.
 

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You might want to look into a product that has AHA in it or even a microdermabrasion product. Be careful to look at the ingrediants, look for something that is safe for your skin so it won't cause more breakouts. Look for reputable companies.

Some products can help fade them, but time is really the thing that works. Aloe is nice, some people use neosporin or even mederma...but you might want to look into spot treating with a product with AHA or if your skin is up to it, look for a good microdermabrasion.
 

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Be careful with AHAs though. Too much can really burn your skin. There are quite a few different AHAs out there. So do some research before you try anything.
 

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Be careful with AHAs though. Too much can really burn your skin. There are quite a few different AHAs out there. So do some research before you try anything.
I agree completely....if you do want to go the route of AHA's make sure it's a very gentle or mild version AND ease into it....or patch test.
 

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acne marks, like little red marks? Mederma, which can be purchased at Target, is absolutely amazing. if the marks are fairly fresh, within a week you will see a huge difference!
I got mederma. It's pricey. I think my tube was 28 bucks. It didnt do too great on the old scars, but the new ones...it helps a little.
 
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