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How to reduce darkness around nose and mouth? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 12-Jun-2013
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Very Good Posted in: Skin Hair and Nails
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Practicing since : 2005
Answered : 2305 Questions
Doctor:good morning
User:Very good morning
User:I got skin problem
Doctor:Please proceed
User:My skin has become Dark around nose and mouth
User:How to reduce this
User:Plzz suggest
Doctor:You can try Adapalene ointment locally on the affected areas in the night for a few weeks
User:There wont be any side effects right?
Doctor:Mostly no
Doctor:However, please do a patch test before you start using it regularly
User:Ok fine.
User:S there any soaps u suggest?
Doctor:There is no soap that can help in depigmentation
User:One more query, wats d best solution for hair fall?
Doctor:Take biotin supplements
Doctor:Condition your hair regularly
Doctor:Eat more of greens, vegetables and fruits
Doctor:Avoid exposure of your hair to pollution
User:which is the best shampoo you suggest
Doctor:You should opt for the shampoo that best suits your hair
Doctor:Depending on the texture of your hair
Doctor:You could do a trial on a few shampoo and see which suits you best
User:Ok Cool
User:thank you
Doctor:Thank you too
Doctor:Do you have more queries?
Doctor:Happy weekend
Doctor:Take care
Doctor:Bye for now
User:U 2 take care
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