Lemon juice from a fresh lemon.
Squeeze it into a bowl and dab onto your face. I won't lie, it does sting.
After covering your face with the lemon juice, leave it for 15 minutes and just wash your face with warm water.
Skin areas treated with lemon juice may become photosensitive. Applying sunscreen before sun exposure is advisable. Lemon juice may cause a slight red appearance in the skin. If the skin area becomes inflamed or irritated, wash off immediately and seek medical treatment if the symptoms do not subside.
Last edited by Formerly Helpful_C; 07-08-2012 at 04:40.
Laser skin resurfacing. It's not cheap, but it seems far more effective than using any sort of cream or lotion that I've ever heard of.
If it's really bad, you could consider a chemical peel.
Most Harley Street practices offer these sort of treatments at relatively affordable prices (you're not going to need to remortgage the house or anything - just save up for a few months).
This is the sort of thing I'm talking about: http://www.theprivateclinic.co.uk/tr...ts/acne-scars/
Last edited by Aspiringlawstudent; 07-08-2012 at 04:51.
I saw the redness lighten after around a week. However, this coincided with a huge improvement of the area. So, I don't want to promise the world to you.
(Original post by Hunny1234)
Hey how many times should this be done to see effective results?
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Sleep, water - to stay hydrated - and lemon juice should give you the best results.
Last edited by Formerly Helpful_C; 08-08-2012 at 03:28.