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Having oily face and hairs. Getting pimples on face. Suggest some good cream to get rid of scars?

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My face and hair are get very oily by the end of the day. And due to which I am guessing, i am getting pimples, and once pimples go, they are are leaving scars on my face.
Is there any good cream/face wash to prevent the oily nature f my skin? Or is here any good cream to get rid of the scars?
Posted Fri, 27 Jul 2012 in Skin Hair and Nails
Answered by Dr. Pravin Banodkar 1 hour later
Thanks for writing in.

You can use a salicylic acid and Glycolic acid based facewash . Some examples of good over the counter facewashes which contain the above and reduce the oiliness include Neutrogena XXXXXXX pore cleanser and Normaderm cleansers .

There are no creams available for treatment of scars. Please make sure you first differentiate between a scar and a XXXXXXX . Scar is change in the texture of skin with pits in the skin and marks are changes in the color of the skin only.

You should XXXXXXX a Dermatologist who can differentiate it for you. There are many options like Lasers , Dermarollers and chemical peels available to reduce the scars and marks .

Thanks and Take care
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