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Sun burn, patches, dull and dark skin. Advised epishine vitamin c, vitamin e cream. Any suggestion?

I user epishine vitamin c 15% serum, I applied it overnight. It made my skin dry dull and dark. When I apply Vitamin E oil or Vitamin E cream over night, my face will have glow.
My Dermatologist recommended "epishine vitamin c 15% serum" for the dark patches on my face, which is caused by sun burnt.
Please recommend what to use, My skin is very sensitive for sun and dust.
Asked On : Fri, 11 Oct 2013
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Welcome and thanks for posting your query to Healthcare Magic.My self Dr S suman and will try to provide you the best of information regarding your query.

It appears from your query that your skin is very sensitive for sun and dust. using vitamin E oil and cream over night is not a bad idea, to maintain a glow of your face you can add one more cream name ADVAN from Alembic and with this add sunscreen when you are going into light.this cream will protect you from sun burn and will also mentain the glow of your face.
Answered: Thu, 17 Oct 2013
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