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Old 08-20-2003, 03:30 AM   #1
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Hey,
I have SO many red marks on the right side of my face and I really want to get rid of them (I want to go to America - and that would give me more confidence) or make them less noticeable.

I bought some SENS Men Self-Tan yesterday and I was wondering if it could help with red marks and the redness in my face anyway. The only thing stopping me is a) if the colour is too vibrant! lol b) my face is already darker than the rest of my body because of the redness.

So does anyone think it will help? Thanks!

Dave

 
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Old 08-20-2003, 02:16 PM   #3
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Hey Dave,

I know that by getting a tan it does help diminish the appearance of acne but that is only if it is applied evenly so that there are no blotches or streaks...Before you do apply the tanner make sure you do a patch test somewhere other than the face to make sure the color is not too orangey....If possible have it done by a professional...Nowadays they can spray it on giving a very even coverage.....Hope this helps....

 
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