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Have face peeling. Using epishine cream, neutrogena sun screen. Effective?

I hav been recommended for face p eeling...4sessions..currently prescribed to use epishine cream twice deriva cms gel..once at night and kozimax overnite...and neutrogena sunscreen thrice ...nd neutrogena facewash..can u tel me hw effective it is and abt the peeling it wortrh? I jst hav scars on my face and jst two o three minute pimples
Asked On : Sun, 10 Mar 2013
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Thanks for writing to health care magic.

Chemical peeling involves application of chemicals like glycolic acid,salicylic acid etc over face.They cause controlled damage of skin and peeling of dead skin.

It is a good treatment for acne ,acne spots and melasma.

It is somewhat not so effective for scarring for which other treatment modaliteis are available like dermaroller,dermabrasione etc.

You can have a talk to your doctor about this treatments.

Medicines which you are applying are correct and you can continue with them.

I hope this can solve your problem.Take care.
Answered: Wed, 3 Jul 2013
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