Post inflammatory pigmentation or Red marks?

I just wanted to do a very quick post about this subject...does anyone else get left with an annoying red marks that takes AGES to shift after a spot, I always seem to get it around my chin area and can honestly say I never ever pick at a spot so it gets me down that I can't wear makeup because my stupid chin area!

Has anyone found anything that helps to stop the red mark from preventing? Certain products i.e. face washes/creams/moisturisers etc

I've used a few but Im still open to all answers :)


  1. I always get these annoying red marks! I do not have a clue of how to get rid of them either :(

  2. My mum is a beauty therapist and so i have a few tricks of the trade!
    Pure Lavender oil helps reduce redness.
    Also try to use products that have less parabens and sls, nasty chemicals that can dry and irritate sensitive spots etc Try to use organic products , these are a few I use -

    Both of these sell small trial sizes for you to see how you get on before you purchase the entire range.
    I hope that helps, skin difficulties are always such an upset

    xx :o)

  3. Bio Oil is meant to help! I have loads of red marks on my cheeks but I'm too scared to try it cause I'm very oily as it is! But I'm sure it might work for you? xx

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  5. i get them sometimes but they dont bother me so much x

  6. I love Boscia, they have this lil tube. But its for blemishes and red spots and i loved it.. Worked great on my skin. You should give it a try. I have a almost full bottle at home i stopped using it cause my face is all better.

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  7. St. Ives Green Tea Cleanser and Scrub.:D

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