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I am using Aha glow face wash for wash my face.. Koji vit as night cream and la shields suns cream... But yes on day I am also using no marks as I have Minnie pigmentation so can I stop using no marks now? Also advice how many week I can use these product for best result...
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Can stop no marks. Kojivit is for depigmenting
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For details consult me privately with pictures of the affected areas in good light
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Clinical pictures would help in deciding proper mode of treatment and duration of treatment! There are two types of products available in the market 1) medical grade products , can be prescribed by a dermatologist for specific skin condition after examining your skin . It’s generally been prescribed seeing your skin type 2) over the counter products, easily available without prescription . Can’t comment on products like no marks and fair and lovely or fair and handsome which would promise miracles but many individuals would come to dermatologist with its side effect!
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No.. Specific medicine required..Without seeing can't treat...Do direct online consultation for prescription by sending photo.
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