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Acne and scars on face and back
I've acne and related irritations on face and back. It was common since I've PCO. But it's getting severe these days. I've been applying lime juice overnight. Kindly help me since my condition is getting worse each day
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Treatment for Acne:-Aclind Gel / Faceclin Gel / D’ACNE Plus gel for application twice daily over affected area. For Marks (spots) - DUCRAY Photoscreen Depigment Cream / Demelan cream for application once in a week at night (very little over marks only) For face wash Rejuglow Facewash/ Episoft OC Cleanser/ Saslic DS Wash. Tab. Limcee 500mg once daily for one month. Tab. Ascazin twice daily for one month. Combination peels can be performed by a dermatologist in order to improve pimples , marks and scars . Blood test for serum Insulin Fasting (F) & Postprandial (PP)
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Hi thanks the query..applying lime juice doesn't cure acne.it can worsen your skin problem.consider drinking lime juice for other good health purposes.please visit a qualified dermatologist in your area and discuss various treatment options available based on the severity of acne you have.oral and topical treatment are affective and also discuss regarding chemical peels.all the best.
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meet a good qualified dermatologist
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avoid picking on your acne and avoid self treatment
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