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Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Doctor :   hello
User :   Hi Doctor
Doctor :   i am Dr XXX here
Doctor :   tell me your problem
User :   I need to prevent acne and pipmles appearing on my face
User :   any best suggestion
Doctor :   may i know your age ?
Doctor :   and gender please ?
User :   26 M
Doctor :   ok sure
Doctor :   i can help you with that
Doctor :   do you consume alcohol ?
User :   thanks Doc
Doctor :   or smoke ?
User :   No i dont
User :   i smoke occasionally
Doctor :   ok now to begin with smoking also plays a important role with your skin
Doctor :   making it dry and prone to acne
User :   should i overcome this habit_
Doctor :   In order to help cure or treat and prevent acne, you must have a healthy diet. Diet is part of having the healthy body you long to have. Be fit and be smart in what you eat and you will certainly enjoy the benefits of having a healthy body.
User :   ok
Doctor :   One way to have a proper diet is by eating the right amounts of food. Attain a good balance of food containing omega-3 and omega-6. Food items with omega-6 are often preferred by people.
Doctor :   you there
User :   yes doc
Doctor :   Pimples have been known to positively react to the addition of niacin (100 mg; three times per day), and vitamin A to a diet. 400 mg of vitamin E taken once per day also works wonders. You may also take 50mg of therapeutic zinc in tablet or capsule form (three times per day)
Doctor :   When orange peels are pounded and combined with water, an effective home treatment for pimples is created. Apply to affected areas and watch the results.
User :   is it i have to make a paste out of the peels
User :   does these medicines have any side effects
Doctor :   yes
Doctor :   Apply lemon juice to pimples to reduce their size and intensity.
Doctor :   If you rub raw garlic on problem areas several times a day, you can clear up skin. You may also eat three seeds of raw garlic once daily for a month to see results. The garlic seeds purify the blood, which aids in keeping pimples at bay.
User :   how can i get rid ofthe marks left by the pimples?
User :   brownish colored marks
Doctor :   that will go with what i have told you
Doctor :   Keeping the skin well cleansed will deter the formation of pimples. Using a mild cleanser at the start of your day, in the evening, and before bed is recommended. Avoid scrubbing your skin, which has the potential to make matters worse.
Doctor :   Touching your skin passes extra dirt, oil, bacteria, and grime that can trigger acne and other skin irritations. Also, if you see a pimple start to form, you should refrain from squeezing, pinching, or picking.
User :   ok
Doctor :   The way you shave can also irritate the skin to provoke pimples to form. Depending on your skin sensitivity, you may have to find a balance between electric and safety razors.
Doctor :   follow these and you will see the changes
User :   sure i will
Doctor :   ok
User :   is it necessary to take the Vitamin medicines or can use the natural remedy
Doctor :   use natural way
User :   ok thanks doctor
Doctor :   your most welcome
Doctor :   take care of your self
User :   sure
Doctor :   bye bye
User :   bye
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