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Dull skin, black marks, pimple scars, chicken pox scars. Using many face washes, no relief. Laser treatment prescribed. How can I get glowing skin free of black spots?

hello doctor, i am having a very dull skin with black marks and pimple marks, i had tried many face washes and now confused in what state i am in. i also do have chicken pox scars which is for years now. i am so so worried about my skin now... they say that laser treatment is the only way...but i feel rather than removing the chicken pox scars, i would be happy if my face stays always bright and the black spots are removed...hoping for an answer.
Asked On : Fri, 13 Jul 2012
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Since you get pimples and have dull skin you can try Melawash facewash which contains glycolicacid twice daily and use Aziderm cream20% at night for the pimples and blackmarks.They both do give good reslult for your problem.Use this for 1month and contact me later.For the scar you can consult dermatologist for Fraxel laser.
Answered: Sat, 14 Jul 2012
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