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Acne prone skin
I have acne (pimples and scars )from past 3 year. I wish get clear skin in a day.. I don't want take any antibiotics medicine So , what should I do ??
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Acne / pimples occur mainly due to hormonal imbalances which causes an overproduction of oil and cells inside a skin follicle. They block the opening of the skin pore and cause the follicle under the skin to swell and become red. Treatment of acne includes medicines to reduce the breakouts, use of skin products such as face wash, cleansers, moisturisers according to your skin type and a whole range of  procedures like peels, laser therapy to reduce the current outbreaks and clean the skin, extract blackheads and whiteheads and clean clogged pores. They are safe and do not harm your skin in a long run.
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Refer : What Makes Your Skin Prone to Acne? Top 5 Causes of Acne" by Dr. Jolly Shah Kapadia - https://www.practo.com/healthfeed/what-makes-your-skin-prone-to-acne-top-5-causes-of-acne-14523/post  "Teen Acne: What Helps, What Hurts!" by Dr. Jolly Shah Kapadia - https://www.practo.com/healthfeed/teen-acne-what-helps-what-hurts-14525/post
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Treatment for Acne/pimples:-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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