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Acne, blackheads and pimples leaving black spots and scars. Take acne therapy?

My daughtar is 15 yrs old,,suffering from acne ,blackheads and pimples leaving black spots and scars.after consulting many doctors for three years she was applying crixan gel in the morning and adaferin in night showed little results so yesterday she had an acne therapy [clariface product] in kuala lumpur.but today red pimles turned black so I am worried.she wl have to take more 4 sittings..but plz advise me whether I shall continue or stop.
Asked On : Thu, 27 Sep 2012
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hi already u are using best mediicines in acne management.start oral minocycline 100 mg od also.u are using clariface which is atype of chemical peels.continue with it because we cannot get results in one sitting itself.if u discontinue it sometimes it causes rebound effect.
as ur pimples turned black indicates there is a response.if u go for all sittings pimples and marks get vanished
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