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Dry skin with dark complexion. Suggested to use melawash and photobloc. Flaky skin present. What to do?

Hello, i am 29 year old female. i have dull complexion and an uneven tone too. from the last two years i find sometime oily and sometime dry skin of my face so i am confused what to use for my skin. i find so much dark spots on my face also, so i consult to a doctor ( dermatologist ) he suggested me to use melawash on my face and photobloc cream once daily 1st week and twice after a week.. now its giving me a very ugly look, as flaky n dry skin around my eyes and mouth area.. what should i do? i also want to improve my complexion and want to get a fairer look.
Asked On : Sun, 9 Dec 2012
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Hello.flaky skin is due to excessive dryness which is due to melawash.first stop mealwash and understand that no cream make fair .But you can make ur skin glow which makes ur skin look fairer and brighter.apply botanica cream on face in night.use curlzglow or natural glow tablet daily once.use of a sunscreen is a must in the morning
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