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How can acne on chin be treated permanently ?

Brown spots around the chin area,small acne scars .I did everything I could but nothing seems to work.please I need some suggestions. so i have some small brown spots on my chin and i really hate them i mean without them i would look perfect but they just ruin everything!I tried a lot of things,lemon juice,honey,homemade masks,whitening cream and mask,bio oil,they just don t seem to work at all.and I m using these things for almost 3 months now so I should definitely see some changes but nothing.I thought about microdermabrasion,since the scars are not that bad they re really small and I just wanted to know is there any other way?what is the problem here?the scars are not that bad they re just small brown spots,so the whitening products should have removed them by now.any suggestions please? I m a girl and I m 19. thank you.
Asked On : Sun, 26 Jun 2011
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Do not try different things yourself as causes complication your problem .skin disease often needs direct observation by specialist.go fr that.
Answered: Fri, 1 Jul 2011
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