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Get Rid of Chicken Pox Scars

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Is lemon enough to remove dark spots?

Is lemon enough to remove dark spots , I had chickenpox one month ago but still my skin have dark spots with marks. I have tried: Nothing, every day food and water


Your spots are still healing after one month. Lemon will lighten the spots although it will take some time. Be patient and keep applying. To aid with healing, you will want to mix the lemon juice with something like Vitamin E or another beneficial carrier oil. This will not only help reduce the acidity of the lemon but also aid in healing the scars.

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How to remove dark spots after chickenpox?

Can you help me? How to remove dark spots after chickenpox


There are over the counter topical creams for skin lightening that you can start applying. Make sure that you exfoliate your face at least twice a week to remove dead skin cells so that the creams or lemon juice is working on the skin you want to lighten and not the dead skin cells. Whatever you use will take at least 6 months of using consistent application before you see improvements. Be careful to only apply to the spots and not the skin around it because that will lighten your normal skin. Use a sunscreen for sun exposure as well.

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