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Skin type is oily, want to have fair skin. Which cream shall I use?

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hi doctor im XXXXXXX im 19m and ...and my skin type is oily and ...and i want to have my skin very white ..which cream shall i use... let it be xpensive and effective greatly... i can bare the expeenses.. and my hair is very dry i want that hair to be silky and thick pls help over these ...
Posted Sat, 8 Jun 2013 in Skin Hair and Nails
Answered by Dr. Ilyas Patel 1 hour later

You are having seborrhea with hypermelanosis on face.
And having dry hair.
I have seen your photos.
Please follow as I recommend..

Use ahaglow face wash thrice a day. It will reduce oiliness and improve your color.
Apply retinoic acid 0.012 percent containing gel at night and kojic acid containing cream in morning.

Apply almond oil daily after bath in scalp to improve the texture of hairs.
Do shampoo with herbal shampoo , black sunsilk will do.

Take vitamin C, nicotinic acid and glutathion tablets daily till you get good result.

You can ask nearby doctor for trade names of above tablets in you area.

Protect your face from sun exposure.
Have cap on head.
Be positive, avoid tension and worries.
Have healthy food. Take proper sleep.

I hope you will be alright.

If any query still, you are welcome.


Dr. Ilyas Pate. MD
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Follow-up: Skin type is oily, want to have fair skin. Which cream shall I use? 7 hours later
Sir I'm having.. Kojigol gel and... Using tugain solution 5 percent in mrng and nyt..... I want the fairness cream which effects fast to my skin pls help me over this.... And I had yellow peel 20 days ago...
Answered by Dr. Ilyas Patel 1 hour later

Avoid tugain application on scalp, as I told, use almond oil.

You can use kovite active cream for fairness; apply at night.

Never go for skin peeling.


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