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Get Rid of Chickenpox Scars

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3 weeks right now since I suffered from chickenpox and my problem is how can I remove the dark spot on my face due to the said chickenpox?

3 weeks right now since I suffered from chickenpox and my problem is how can I remove the dark spot on my face due to the said chickenpox? I have tried: A cream. I think it was caused by: Chickenpox

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Chickenpox marks from the virus can take up to 6 weeks to completely heal. Using the creams can take up to 90 days before you see results. Keep it up as you are attacking the marks while they are still fresh which will make it easier for the skin cream to lighten them.

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Hi, I had chickenpox and now it left black signs on my nose, face and body. I want to get rid of these black signs, especially on my face, immediately. Can you guide me on how to do so?

Hi, I had chickenpox and now the black signs on my nose, face and body. I want to get rid of these black signs, especially on my face, immediately as I have to join the office. Can you guide me on how to do so?. I have tried: Nothing. I think it was caused by: Chickenpox.

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I wish I had an immediate solution for you but unfortunately, it will take time to lighten the marks. What you have to realize is that we all come with flaws. It is just how we present ourselves that masks our flaws to others. A smile on your face and exhibiting confidence while still remaining humble will far outweigh the dark spots on your face. People remember more of how a person treats them than how they look.

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Start your job and begin using a skin lightening cream. It will take at least 6 months for the scars to fade to satisfaction. Price out laser treatment or chemical peel options and consult with a dermatologist. Then take a portion of your paycheck and begin saving for these treatments. You may find that you use the money for vacation rather that for the treatments. Do not let these marks on your face hold you back from living.

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Sir on my face there are huge amount of black spots, how can we get rid of them?

Sir on my face there are huge amount of black spots, how can we get rid of them

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Gently exfoliate your face twice a day and then apply lemon juice to the dark spots. You will need to do this for at least three months and once the pigmentation begins to fade, do not stop until you see the results you are looking for. Since this is all over your face, you may want to consult a dermatologist to see what they recommend doing to resolve your issue. Test the lemon juice first on a few spots before you apply to all the areas. Make sure there is no discomfort as lemon juice is acidic.

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How can I remove it? I have a lot of small pox in my face. Its too dark?

For a long time, I had severe black spots, its called small pox. My age now is 40 up. It's very dark. It looks very ugly. Please send me an emulsion or a cream name to remove the dark spot.. I have tried: Many creams from market and apply, but no decrease.. I think it was caused by: It does not remove, now what can I do?

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Creams take at least 6 months of consistent application. There is no magic cream that lightens marks in under 24 hours. The fastest way is a chemical peel or laser treatment. Consider this option since you have already done most of the creams available to you.

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More questions and answers on this topic can be found here: How to remove the black spot marks after chickenpox and how long it takes to completely fade away

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