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Having pimples and marks on face. Suggest the medication? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 05-Sep-2013
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User:hello dos
Doctor:How can I help you?
User:hello doc
User:i wanted to know the good medicine for pimple and their marks
User:how can i get rid of marks
Doctor:May I know since when are you suffering with this problem?
Doctor:Have you used any products for this issue?
User:i havde been to XXXXXXX clinic for a month , i mean i just used their products
User:did not for for any settings
Doctor:Is it possible to name the products/medications used?
Doctor:Do you still have active pimple lesions or is it more of pigmented spots now?
User:one is a pigmentation cream , and the other one is ANTOX vitamin C
User:more of pigmantation spots,
User:pimple 1-2
User:and more of black head
Doctor:Let me brief you.
Doctor:It is very rare that acne heal without leaving a XXXXXXX
Doctor:Pigmentation and scarring is very common here.
Doctor:Most of this aftermath effects fade away spontaneously with time.
Doctor:Those that don't resolve for months can be dealt by medical creams/products and by procedures.
Doctor:Before trying these products it is essential to treat all acne lesions.
Doctor:So if you have active acne lesions, I suggest benzoyl peroxide creams on them.
Doctor:This cream takes care of acne as well prevent dark spots from them.
Doctor:Once acne is taken care of, kojic acid containing products such as kojovit along with good sunscreen (with SPF more than 30) are used in combination to treat dark spots.
Doctor:Chemical peels done by dermatologist are the next option to take care of spots which don't improve with the above products.
Doctor:Do you have any other query?
User:wat to do you mean by XXXXXXX improve with above product
User:and what will be the cost of chemecal peeling
Doctor:I mean if these products does not produce the desirable effects in couple of months, chemical peeling can be tried along with these products for better results.
Doctor:The cost of chemical peels depends on the institute and they type of chemical used for peeling.
User:can you tell me min and XXXXXXX prize
User:if your aware
User:and can you suggest me a good dermat for this
Doctor:Glycolic acid peel which is commonly used in India can be charged approximately around Rs 800 to 1000 INR at most dermatology centre.
Doctor:Have you followed?
Doctor:Do you have any other query?
User:and how settings required for this process
Doctor:I wouldn't be able to predict that.
Doctor:Since the number of setting is personalised as per the needs of the patient.
Doctor:Without examining your condition, it's difficult to predict that.
Doctor:Do you have any other questions?
User:can u please suggest me good dermat for this issue
User:lik u r frnds r couligue who has good experinece
User:and i really wan to get rid of it
Doctor:May I know your location?
User:BTM layout
User:r u their
Doctor:I do not have personal reference of dermatologist in that part of Bangalore, but if distance doesn't matter you, you can consult Dr. XXXXXXX Babu
Doctor:He practises at Citizen Skin clinic Sampige Road, Malleshwaram,
Doctor:Hope this helps. Do you have any other query?
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Doctor:I have to close the chat as you are not responding.
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