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Black spots on nose and cheeks post pregnancy, pores on cheeks, skin not oily or dry, want to take sun screen

Hi, Iam 28 years, White colour skin .After my pregnancy I have got small black spots on my nose and cheeks & I have small pores on my cheeks my skin type is neither very dry or very oily ...If I use oily creams I get pimples If I use non oily creams My skin becomes very dry..Please advise me a Good sun screen that I can use daily and also advise we to get releif from pores/black spots
Asked On : Fri, 1 Jun 2012
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Hi Lam how are you ? ,hyper pigmentation during pregnancy is caused by higher Melanocyte stimulating hormone level ,and it is very common phenomena ,if your are not getting rid of it you may opt for Glycolic Acid peeling it is very safe and good treatment for melasma small pore over face and freckle under the hands of experienced dermatologist .you should always put on sun's cream . The sun's cream must has SPF 50 + good nutrition and use of citrus fruit juices can produce magic .
take care and have bright and nice face ................. Bye Dr.Prakash Roy
Answered: Sun, 3 Jun 2012
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