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Acnechio-M is good to take?
My derma suggested this for one month due to acne scars due to pcod for a month with zincovit. She also told me skincare but its too costly cant buy all those. I am taking chin laser treatment and can I take this acnechio M with that for 30 days? I am not taking any treatment of pcod from any endocrinologist. Should I take or this tablet with lifestyle changes help? Will it also help in skin clarity? I have small open pores and acne marks near chin and side locks. A bit of discoloration that derma said dur to insulin sensitivity which could be. I can't spend on carbon laser etc on my face. Also Is vit c serum and salicylic serum bad for my skin? Can vit c serum help in glow and latter with acme scars? really need help with good knowledge and expertise. Your words would matter. Thank you.
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It depends on the type of scars.. for detailed information do direct online consultation with photos
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Need pics to know what kind Of Scars Acnechio m will help but life style modification and weight loss is the only thing that will help in long run. Rest I can only suggest after knowing your skin type , type of scars . Open pores don’t go permanently they will reduce after either peels , PRP micro needling , or certain topical cream but which cant be prescribed without proper history
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