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I had chickenpox 4 years ago. How to remove scars on my face?

Now I have pitted scars dark spots, dark circles on my face

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I had chickenpox when I was 9-10 years of age and I got some marks left in my face. and now it has turned black and ugly is there any solution to remove those scars ? its around5 years old?

I have dark and black spots of chickenpox and I want to lighten them up so please help :D

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