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Have melasma, acne spots on skin. Diagnosed as less ferritin level. Suggest some moisturizing lotion?

Hello doctor, I wanted to understand what are the elements that should be part of moisturizing lotion for a combination skin (prone to acne/blisters). Also can I use calosoft lotion from micro labs on face. I used to have a very good skin until 3 years ago but now I have melasma , acne, spots etc on my face. The doctor says I have less ferritin level (12). what do you recommend for a health skin
Asked On : Tue, 17 Jul 2012
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Hi moisterising cream should contain glycerine part and noncomedogenical particles in it to prevent from acne production.acnemoiste cream is at present best moisterising cream in the market.melasma should be treated with suncote gel in the morning and triglow cream along with mpisteriser in the night.regarding low serum ferritin levels use neurokind plus faily once
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