Please help me ... I'm in dire need of someone who could recommend me any effective product which could make these dark spots from my face and and from other somatic regions of my body disappear and which is relatively affordable . I don't know why but this happens to me that whenever a mosquito or anything bites me , it leaves permanent dark spots on my body though in normal situations these are temporary and disappears within a few days. These spots look so bad . I've my wedding in the next few months and i really want to get rid of them. I've gotten some suggestions from different websites , http://www.amazon.com/Invicible-Scars-15ml-size/dp/B007UOQN00/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1335354708&sr=8-2 and www.murad.com/daily-vitamin-c-treatment.jsp Is any of them worth buying ? Or if you have any more suggestions then please you're welcome . View Thread
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