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How can i get fairer skin which do not harm my natural skin?

hello doctor. i want to ask u about my colour is slightly darker then others.i want to know about that how can i get fairer skin which do not harm my natural skin?? can you help me please i m teenager n my age is 15.please ans me as sonn as you can.i m so worried.n 1 thing more that i want to u to tell is i selected biology n i wan to become a successful doctor. :) n i m sending this from my brother id.
Asked On : Wed, 20 Mar 2013
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Hye! Dark skin is not a disease.dark skinned people can live normal life. Color of skin depends on genes and enviorment. Nobody can change genes, but if you avoid sun exposure, the little improvement may occur. To be fair, you avoid worries, take kozic acid soap bath daily, use sunscreen, have healthy food. Take vitamin C tablet twice a day , nicotinic acid tablet twice a day, glutathion containing tablet once a day for long time till you get good result. Remember, good result may not be permenant. But you continue to take care of your skin. You have selected biology, concentrate on your study to get good score, so that you can get admission in medical college. Best wishes.. Be a brilliant honest doctor. Ok..
Answered: Thu, 21 Mar 2013
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Dermatologist Dr. Tanusree Biswas's  Response
thanks for your query.
You can take the following steps:
1)Use a broad spectrum sunscreen every time you go out.Repeat it several times during the day.
2)Use a moisturizer with Vitamin A ,E in it.
3)Take oral Vit.C supplements.
4)Minimize use of cosmetics.
5) Drink 8-10 glasses of water daily.
Wish you the very best in your career and future!
Take care.
Answered: Thu, 21 Mar 2013
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