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I m nw 24 yr old ...bt my skin nd face looks very dull..what can i do..for skin polishing how many session required.
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We need to check your skin before doing any procedures,dull skin may be due to lot of reasons like pigmentation, dead skin, loose skin, wrinkles and other signs of sun damage.Once we figure out the problem we can decide what treatment is best for you and number of sessions will depend on your condition. Skin polishing or microdermabrasion is the procedure in which we remove the dead skin layer and also stimulate deep skin with suction pressure. Once your dead skin layer clears,  new layer of skin appears which is smooth has more even tone and also has better ability to maintain hydration.Again number of sessions will depend on your skin condition.
Next Steps
Daily use of proper sunscreen as per your skin type will help.
Health Tips
Avoid home based remedies like lemon,etc as it can damage the face if not used properly
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Increase intake of water & citrus fruits . Sun protection is important . Photostable Gel SPF40 / BIODERMA Photoderm AKN Mat SPF30 / La Roche Posay Anthelios XL SPF 50 Dry Touch as sunscreen to be applied half an hour before sun exposure. Apply Biluma Cream/ Melaglow Rich cream for application once daily at night for 2 months. You can also go for the treatment of Combination peels:-combination Peel contain active ingredients that stimulate the shedding of the top layer of the skin. The peels treat’s... Acne, Fine Lines,spots and wrinkles , Textural irregularities, Age spots, dark patches & blemishes, mild scars , open pores. It take’s 15-20 minutes for procedure and side effects free. 1 session in 3 weeks, complete treatment 6-8 sessions are needed. Treatment is done by a dermatologist.
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