Hi, I m having pimple break out and everyone told me to use toothpaste on it. will it works? I have a important meeting in 3 days I need make my pimples disappear asap. im using brevoxyl on my pimples now. is auriderm xo vitamine k effective for pimple marks and dark scars?
toothpaste has no role in acne,it will make it worse.
brevoxyl is good one,u have to apply over pimple.
its better if u mix CLINDAC -A GEL with brevoxyl.
it will give quick rresult.
vitamin k has minor role in scar.
use face wash containing salicylic .
drink more water.
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