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Dry skin, skin pigmentation, marks on skin. Used venusia, dermadew, moisturex. Treatment?

doctor, am (age-19),my skin is dryskin,my father too compaird to my face my hands,legs are very dark and agning have markes of dryskin,looking ugly. i saw many skin doctors,they said to buy,venusia moisturing cream,moisturex,dermadew,zoray sunscreen,jergens etc,,,actually they wasted my money,didnt get any solution, am hoping you...plz help me...
Asked On : Wed, 5 Sep 2012
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moisturising creams will be the best therapy for your condition, but also try using creams that contain Lanolin which helps replace natural lipids in human skin, an excellent Natural remedy would be application of Almond oil and also a diet containing of dried fruits: consisting of 4 Almonds, 2 Walnuts, 6-7 Raisins, 4 Cashews, 2 figs/dates (along this proportion) this is very important because it will provide you with the essential fatty acids required. Take Care
Answered: Sat, 22 Sep 2012
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