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How do you get rid of red marks on face from previous acne?

How do you get rid of red marks on face from previous acne?

Many different ways: Treatments for acne marks and redmarks should all include a skin conditioning regimen (retinol/retin-A, vitamin C/E serum) as well as more invasive procedures. Lasers, dermabrasion, and collagen induction with microneedling can all be beneficial. Some other techniques exist for stubborn marks. Go see a derm or aesthetic specialist for a consult. ...Read more

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How can I get rid of the redness in my face?

How can I get rid of the redness in my face?

Lasers: Redness is caused by blood vessels in the face. Shrinking the blood vessels with lasers can help decrease the red appearance. Lasers which treat blood vessels include: ktp, nd:yag, pulsed dye, intense pulsed light (ipl). Sun and meds that increase sensitivity to the sun (ie: retin-a, certain oral antibiotics, accutane) exacerbate redness. ...Read more

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How can i get rid of redness on face?

How can i get rid of redness on face?

Depends on cause...: I would recommend you see a dermatologist to help determine the cause of your facial redness. From there, a treatment plan can be decided on. Take care. ...Read more

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Can you tell me how to get rid if redness on my face?

First it depends on: cause of redness. there is a new prescription topical that temporarily treats redness, but sometimes you need LED treament and sometimes lasers. see dermatologist for answers and treatment options ...Read more

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How to get rid of dead skin on your face without causing obvious redness?

How to get rid of dead skin on your face without causing obvious redness?

Remove dead skin: Used and recommended by spas and dermatologists, clarisonic sonic skin cleansing systems use a patented sonic frequency of more than 300 movements per second to gently, yet thoroughly remove 6x more makeup and 2x more dirt and oil than cleansing with your hands alone. ...Read more

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Can you tell me how could i get rid of redness in certain spots in my face, in fact only one?

Can you tell me how could i get rid of redness in certain spots in my face, in fact only one?

Many causes...: Redness of the face can be a sign of sunburn, rosacea, cellulitis, acne, lupus, side effects of medications (flushing symptoms), dermatitis due to topical preparations/soaps/lotions, signs of viral infection (exanthems), just to name a few. Get to a doctor so they can look at this and begin to tender a diagnosis. Only then can a proper treatment or recommendation be made. ...Read more

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I have redness on my face i also have kiratosis pilaris. How can I get rid of that ? Or how can I treat

I have redness on my face i also have kiratosis pilaris. How can I get rid of that ? Or how can I treat

Keratosis Pilaris: Patients may turn to prescription vitamin a creams to help restore a smooth texture in recalcitrant cases, or as a way to help treat keratosis pilaris complicated by acne. Potent over-the-counter retinols (up to 1%) are another option. Overeager use won't help hasten silky skin. Instead it can leave the skin parched, peeling and painful. A tiny dab every other night is more than adequate. ...Read more

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How can I get rid redness on my face from using toothpaste?

How can I get rid redness on my face from using toothpaste?

Stop.: Toothpaste is not intended for facial application. Wash your face with a mild facial soap; if it fails to resolve after a few days, see your dermatologist. ...Read more

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How to get rid of redness on your face from face wash that you're allergic to?

How to get rid of redness on your face from face wash that you're allergic to?

Benadryl (diphenhydramine): Start with Benadryl (diphenhydramine) (oral tablets) but if no better in a few days, see your doctor. Perhaps at that point they might use systemic (oral or injectable) steroids as well, or topical steroids for the face. I usually don't recommend use of otc cortisone cream for this unless you've been seen by a doctor and it was recommended. ...Read more