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How deal with skin post acne treatment
Hi..i have oily skin tone. I had pimples all over my face and I did acne treatment. Now active acne is reduced and I left with scars and open pores... Please suggest how to deal with that...
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Undergo fraxel laser resurfacing therapy.. otherwise few creams also available...for detailed prescription do direct online consultation
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Hello These are acne pigmentation Kindly use SPF that might already been prescribed as a part of your acne treatment by your dermatologist Now the focus of treatment should be lightening of these pigmentations and shrinkage of pores Still more clear photographs required for better assessment
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Kindly opt for virtual consultation
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- Avoid sun exposure - Use SPF 30 or more for avoidance of PIH I.e post-inflammatory hyper pigmentation - Do use maintenance therapy for acne for prevention of new lesions
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Online consultation can help you. Try that.
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Avoid sunlight Consult online for detailed prescription
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