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Is it possible to get fair complexion with medicines and creams?

hi, i am 20 years old male student and i have a wheatish complexion . i live in jaipur, rajasthan and approaching summers here are too bright n hot. i have my sister s wedding this april and i wish to have a light complexion, fair like pink (as foreigners) it possible? i can take any medicines n creams you suggest.........but having a treatment may be difficult for me...... pleaseeee suggest fast n effective method........+money no problem+ :(
Asked On : Fri, 15 Mar 2013
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welcome to healthcare magic forum
love your natural skin and try to improve tone and texture of skin
there are no permanent way to make your skin white
yes there are some treatment that make you more beautiful like peeling ,microderma and laser
drink more water and eat healthy diet
good sun screen and moisturizer over face
better to consult dermatologist first
i hope i answered your question
Answered: Fri, 15 Mar 2013
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