I have my school ID picture in exactly one week and I have so much acne (pimples on my cheeks, blackheads and whiteheads around my nose)! I would put makeup on but I feel like if I put makeup on I'm just going to make it worse. How can clear up my face?
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Report This| Share this:How do you get rid of Acne in less than a week?Hi Anon - <br /><br />In addition to Dr. Tareen's suggestions check this out - <br /><br /><a href="http://www.webmd.com/skin-problems-and-treatments/acne/features/teen-acne-solutions">Teen Acne Solutions</a> <br /><br />Let us know how the picture turns out.<br /><br />Elizabeth
Here is a list of 7 home remedies for acne that are very simple and give good results. Everyone is different, and it may require some experimentation to find best home remedy for you!
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