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My skin shows several sweat pores and appears light cream. Is there any ointment to cure this ?

Hi, I have applied garlic on my cheeks 3 months back.My skin was peeled and pink colour.Now the skin colour is light cream colour?Is it healin properly ?how much would it take to come to noraml skin texture and tone?will it be noraml in sometime?But the skin texture is not smooth.There are several enlarged sweat pores?Will it come to normal smooth texture after sometime?or is there any ointment to get rid of it?
Asked On : Tue, 23 Aug 2011
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Hi Sweety.
Welcome to Healthcare Magic.
Skin is a continuously regenerating organ so any damage which is superficial will slowly fade away and new skin wil grow in its place.But any scarring which is deep wil remain as it is or fade minimally.From what you said it seems to be superficial and healing, but the sweat pores are deeper.It is best to consult a dermatologist for exact assessment and treatment for early healing.
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