I have pretty sensitive skin with some light scars from acne…how can I treat this?

I have pretty sensitive skin with some light scars from acne…how can i treat this?

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any tips and insight would be greatly appreciated! thanks :)
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Best thing ever is jojoba oil, it is so similar to your own bodies oil to help the skin that it does the same job just as your body would.
heres the link to check out:
http://sarah-thescienceofbeauty.blogspot.com.au/2011/08/why-is-jojoba-oil-so-good-for-skin.html
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I can relate with that,I got it too when I was in high school and its too embarrasing,..however,when my cousin adviced me and I did what she said.viola!I'm so confident already...so,I hope u would try this one....get 2 or 3 papaya leaves and scrub them where the scars are,scrub until the papaya juice or extract of the leaves come out..then if u feel the skin absorbs it..leave it for few minutes then rinse it with water afterwards! ucan also scrub it with lemon...though its a bit sore with lemon..
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I can relate with that,I got it too when I was in high school and its too embarrasing,..however,when my cousin adviced me and I did what she said.viola!I'm so confident already...so,I hope u would try this one....get 2 or 3 papaya leaves and scrub them where the scars are,scrub until the papaya juice or extract of the leaves come out..then if u feel the skin absorbs it..leave it for few minutes then rinse it with water afterwards! ucan also scrub it with lemon...though its a bit sore with lemon..
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try a gentle exfoliant and then follow up with vitamin e oil
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Bag Balm is a great product to try for many kinds of skin related issues. This salve was officially created in 1899 for farm use to remedy chaffing, but has become a notable treatment for psoriasis, dry facial skin, combination skin, oily skin, sensitive skin, irritated skin, cracked fingers, cracked feet, eyelids, under eyes, burns, acne, diaper rash, saddle sores, sunburn, bed sores and radiation burns. Typically only a small amount of this product is needed oer application, so use sparingly. Bag Balm is available at most drug stores in the beauty/skin care isle, and is usually priced at under $10.00 for a 10oz jar.
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