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Get Rid of Chickenpox Scars

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Hi, I'm affected by chickenpox 1 month before, now I'm cured but still black marks are not fading away, how long will it say in my body, how to solve this problem. Advice me?

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Chickenpox on my wife's laps and thighs?

Good Evening, my wife has black spots on her laps and thighs that the chickenpox had left for a very long time can you prescribe any creme for us to fade it away? thanks and regards

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I have two black dots, one on my nose and the other under eyes, since last years I have tried many creams and medicines but no result came?

In the month of April in 2011, I had suffered from chickenpox after few days a lot of marks and scars get appear on all over my body. After few days many of them get disappear but two marks are still on my face, one is on my nose and other is under eyes. I have tried many creams and medicines to remove this but no improvement is shown, so please help me to get rid of those two marks, thank you. I have tried: I have tried klimklin face wash, salicylic acid ointment, no scars cream nomarks cream etc.. I think it was caused by: During chickenpox I burst the pimple that was on my nose.

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