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Dark spot on face, applied tomato juice. Can I take Safi?

hello sir, my name is rahul and im from bangalore.......i have an dark spot on my face which was due to an acne first and then developed as an wound scar type.... i had been applying tomato juice on it to get it faded....mine is basically a oily any remedy to get rid off it...can i use safi also????? pls give me a solution it will be a great help for me....
Asked On : Sun, 21 Oct 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Hi Rahul,
Thanks for writing in.
You can apply Glyco A lotion over the darker areas at night.
Use a good quality sunscreen in day time every 3 hourly starting at 9 in morning.
SPF of 50 for face is good enough. Photoprotection is a must for any pigmentation problem.

Take a lot of lemon juice daily.Also you can take vitamin C tablets daily.
You can use Safi also.
Oily skin can be treated with some medications .They are prescription meds and have to be taken under doctors supervision.
I encourage you to visit a qualified dermatologist for proper diagnosis and treatment.

Hope this helps.

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