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pigmentation after acne pimples

Hello to all!
Is there anything which can be done after acne pimples have healed leaving red spots which do not disappear for months, maybe even years? I suffer from that for a long time, pimples heal but the skin is red afterwards and does not heal. It is only on the right side of the face, next to the nose and on the chin. The skin is also very dry. Thanks for suggestions.
  amanita on 2005-03-14
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
I am going to be taking silicea and i will be making my own. Please look at the post be kuldeep http://www.abchomeopathy.com/forum2.php/21300/

What does everyone else suggest?
windwaker last decade
i have eaxtly the same problem. i have had mild acne and every time i get a spot it leaves a red mark behind. i have got many such marks for yrs and they havent gone away. i have used 5% hydroquinone but even that hasnt worked. i have also done laser treatments but they havent been successful either. can you pls suggest something? thanks
Isma1 last decade
i have the same problem it is soo irrirtating. i used the symtoms search and it came up with Belladonna. Anyone tried that? if u get ressults please email me or call deadman04 AT hotmail dot com.. 07849491401.. HAMZA LONDON
hamza last decade

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