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    The scar on my forehead is still there after a month or two. It really annoyed me so I broke the ****ing thing. Now I have to keep my hair longer and style it in a way to cover the part on my upper forehead. I will have to cut my hair but the scar is hideous. I cannot go to laser treatment for acne cos Im not rich so **** that ****, I have tried other means like lemon, doesnt work, baking soda, doesnt work evidently, and I wash my face at least twice a day. I keep getting more and more of theses spots. I have two smaller ones on my temple and one bigger one on the other side of my face. I have accidently broken that one and it is just filled with clear fluid and blood. That didnt help, its still a bump. There are other ones that I break, and it has caused lighter scar on my cheek and nose.
    thanks for reading this crap.
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    Although I do not have chronic acne, I have realised two things have helped me quite a bit when it comes to scars and pesky pimples. Search up the baby brush method, it's an inexpensive way to exfoliate(pimples are mainly caused by oil and dead skin).

    Another thing is the burning face mask. Just pop it into google and use the recipe. This mask helped out a ton in my case. Hope this stuff works x
 
 
 
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