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Ok, i had a zet for like a month ago and its gone now but i still got it scar you know!! its kinda brownish and i dont want, i want it to go cause it kinda looks bad, and im useing the creams and the stuff that the doctor gave but still it wont go!! SO CAN SOME ONE PLEASE TELLS ME WHAT TO DO SO IT CAN GO AWAY ???
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I get those all the time if I mess with my blemishes-especially the cystic ones. I recently started using a great product from Skyn Iceland called Anti-Blemish Gel With Willow Bark . It has been working really well and it's a pleasure to use. I just did a report on the skin care line "Skyn Iceland Reort" check it out. It really helped clear up my pesky stress induced blemishes.
 

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Ok, i had a zet for like a month ago and its gone now but i still got it scar you know!! its kinda brownish and i dont want, i want it to go cause it kinda looks bad, and im useing the creams and the stuff that the doctor gave but still it wont go!! SO CAN SOME ONE PLEASE TELLS ME WHAT TO DO SO IT CAN GO AWAY ???
thank you very much
If you are of a more pigmented race then the brown spot is just the way highly pigmented people tend to scar (most of the time). Try some glycolic acid on it and brightening creams
 

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What did your doctor give you? Is the scar just a flat brown spot or is it indented?
He gave me cetaphil its a cleanser but it does nothing i think and neo strata and Dalacin T topical lotion.
and yes its a flat brown spot.
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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. Also be careful of AHA's as they can be harsh, if you don't watch the ingrediants.

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.

Hope that helps. Oh....try apple cider vinegar....alot of people like that. Depending on your skin's sensitivity....you may want to dilute it.
 

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Sometimes the best thing is time. Let you skin heal itself and use time....if you are very sensitive. Scars will fade with time, maybe not all the way, maybe try a non-pore clogging concealor until it fades a bit.

Luckily, with my sensitive skin, I found something I can use. Of course it's Arbonne, the Thermal Fusion Mask....I just don't scrub it much....I GENTLY apply it, and gently massage around. Then I gently rinse off (before the time is up) and I do NOT use a wash clothe...only my hands and splashing water.

I found wash clothes can be a breading ground for bacteria (even when clean) and somehow every time I use a wash clothe....I think what it does is spread any bacteria that is already on your skin - around.

The other thing I do....I'm a bacteria freak....I wash my hands with anti-bacterial wash, BEFORE ever washing my face.
 

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Microdermabrasion products are awesome for scars! After using them, then apply a biological oil that will help heal the area (emu oil, camellia seed oil, etc)
 

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OMG mederma works the best!! Mederma gets rid of scars in a few weeks after applying it everynite. I know they sell them at target and it really does work. My sister and i both use it everyday!
 
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