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Pores and skin tightning
I have pores and skin become little loose after second pregnancy what can I do about it and pigmentation on face what can i use for it
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E Clat face wash: wash face twice daily Daytime: Glo Blanc Day Cream followed by application of Solreva XL sunscreen Night: after washing face: Glo Blanc Hydramoist Serum followed by application of Glo Blanc night cream for 3 months. The above medicines are not available at any pharmacy as they come under the category of Cosmetic Dermatology Please contact: six two nine one seven six seven two zero eight for medicines delivery Review after 3 months Thanks
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Consult online with pics. Pregnancy induces lot of issues on skin. But it can be dealt with.
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Undergo laser RF tightening therapy.. otherwise few creams also available...for detailed prescription do direct online consultation by sending photos.
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Hello dear. Melasma is common in pregnancy and can persist even after delivery. Please share a clear picture via online consultation for accurate diagnosis and treatment Or Visit my clinic in Delhi
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Avoid going out in direct sunlight
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