Pock Mark Removal

8:59 pm - 03/31/2009
I have terrible pock marks on my cheeks from previous acne troubles. I can not stand them! They are so noticeable, especially when I do not where makeup. I'm currently using Acne Free's Pock Mark Removal sticks, but I want something besides in office procedures to get rid of them. I searched online and came across two "natural" rememdies to use on them: Soyabean Paste (you put it on for 15-20 mins, 3 times a week) and Lanolin Cream.

Do you think those two options are logical? Do you know of anything else that will help?

rightkindaphase 1st-Apr-2009 02:59 am (UTC)
ok the best way to have it not show up when you wear make up is to use a primer first. I recommend smashbox. Now for the pock marks, what you need is to focus on sensitive scar removal. I would recommend starting with a microdermibrasion program loreal
s refinish is really good. KEEP WITH IT. Use about three months solid (as directed) and you will see a difference! Depending on the damage definitely get in a cleanser, toner, moisturizer program. I really recommend Vivid because the woman who developed the line did so to help cancer patients and it works really well with scars. OK NEXT! if you still have problems start to use a Glycoclic-15 Cream. Keep all of this up and you'll have great looking skin in about 6 months.

Your other choice is a chemical peel :)

Hope this helps, keep me posted!!
caliginous 1st-Apr-2009 03:25 am (UTC)
that's a question I would ask in naturalliving or naturalskin I would be wary of lanolin on the face, it's a very heavy oil collected from sheep wool (no sheep are harmed beyond shearing to collect it), and it can be sticky, a bit smelly, and might give you a reaction. The premise for that though would be moisturizing helps skin repair itself.
I can't think of any reasons off the top of my head that the soy would work, but it shouldn't hurt. It may be lightly exfoliating from the protein acid, it's got vitamins in it, but if you are sensitive to estrogens or have estrogen related acne you might have some issues with acne on places you have used it from the xenoestrogens in the soy.
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