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Acne, scars, pimples, redness. What is wrong?

Hey. I've had a lot of acne since 2 years. It started out as nothing major but because I kept trying to hide it using foundation it turned worse. Now all that's left are acne scars on one side of my cheek. I seldom get pimples now. Usually when I eat junk food. I'm 15 + right now. I've been using retino-A since a month now, every night before sleeping. For my scars, which are red and quite severe I was thinking of taking evion tablets. Is that alright?
Asked On : Sun, 7 Apr 2013
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welcome to healthcare magic forum
thank you for your query
retino a is good cream for acne scar and spot
you have to use it carefully
apply 3-4 times a week only
just apply lightly .do not rub or over apply it
evion is vitamin e medicine and have no proven role in scar .
dermaroller ,peeling will help you
better to consult dermatologist and get your skin checked
i hope i answered your query
Answered: Mon, 8 Apr 2013
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