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Sensitive skin, have acne scars, open pores, white heads. How to get flawless skin?

Hi,I am 26 year s old.I have tried many skin products and have shown my skin to many dermatologists in Pakistan but it hasn t rendered me the results I want.I take good care of my skin.My skin has become very sensitive,easily gets prone to spots and redness if the product reacts to my skin.I used to have acne six year s back which resulted in minor scarring on my cheeks.I have open pores,white heads,milia s around the eye area.I want to have a brighter flawless skin without these imperfections before my engagement which is next month.Suggest some vitamins also for healthy skin and hair.Shall be very grateful.I am trying to make the payment from my uk debit card and its not going through.
Asked On : Fri, 23 Nov 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Firstly you need to have a regular skin care regime. Use mild hypoallergenic water based product to cleanse, tone and moisturise your skin. Don't forget to use a good sunscreen too. Secondly you have minor imperfections in form of white heads, milia, mild acne scars and open pores. So get your milia and white heads extracted and then you can take sessions of chemical peels and microdermabrasion to treat mild acne scars and open pores. You can also take mesotherapy or mesoporation sessions with vitamin c, vitamin E ,glutathione, niacinamide to brighten your complexion.some of these vitamins are also available in cream form for self application. As one month is a small time so prioritise your concerns so that the dermatologist you consult can plan a treatment for you. Take care.
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