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Dry, sensitive skin, whitish complexion, using different creams. Medicine to cure skin?

HELLO DR, I am 23/f and have a dry and very sensitive skin and wheatish complexion . i have pigmentation in both my cheeks, dark lips and suffer from uneven skin tone. i regularly use fash face wash, lotus spf 50 when am out and kaya skin clinic fairness lotion spf 15 when am indoor, i apply kojic acid cream from curatio though i dont find a big difference in my skin tone.i would like u to help me get a clear skin and even skin tone and am look not looking for fairness but just a flawless skin as my wedding is due in 2 months pl suggest something that can help my skin and lips asap.
Sat, 16 Jun 2012
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dry and very sensitive skin and wheatish complexion.:

Since you have used various thinga in the past and your marriage is few weeks away it would be best to stop all medications (It is best not to use them for more than 3=4 weeks at a time)Use a higher SPF sunscreen every 2-3 hours if your sun exposure is more,Try Sungrace or Suncross.apply it 1/2 hr before going out.For dry skin use less soap or face wash,at night splash water or your face and let it semi dry and then use Petroleum jelly or vaseline over night,it is a very good moisturiser..At the time of marrige you could use a concealer for the irregular skin colour.Wishing you all the best for a happy married life.
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