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Scars on the leg. How to get rid of them?

I ve had these scar and dark marks on my legs for as long as I could remember. Maybe like over 10 years now and they are still there. They are from old scars, mosquito bites, chicken pox u name it. Anything that injure or punctures the skinnalways leaves a dark mark behind.Some have faded but others remained all this time. How can I get these marks cleared. I have had them for so long, basically all my life and they have made me so insecure that I have never worn shorts or skirts. Only for school as it is apart of the uniform. Please help, I have had them for far too long now
Asked On : Tue, 8 Jan 2013
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Thanks for the query .

I would suggest that the fastest , safest treatment for your condition would be to undergo Glycolic Peel treatments every 10 days for the legs .
This will exfoliate the skin and even remove the marks and improve the appearance of the scars .

Thanks and Take care
Answered: Tue, 8 Jan 2013
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