Acne scaring?

my arms are discolored from former acne spots...all my old pimple are replaced with dark and sometimes light spots...does anyone have any homemade remedies to even out the skintone...

Answer:
Acne treatments - information on your complexion

Acne is a systemic inflammatory disease affecting the skin. Current statistics estimate that it is endured by 90% of adolescents, almost 50% of all adult women, and 25% of all adults, either chronically, or at some point during their lives. Acne is the most common skin affliction in the world, yet quality acne treatment is still a mystery to many sufferers. Although there is no absolute cure for acne, the treatment options available in today world make it a far more manageable condition than ever before.

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