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How can I improve my complexion?

Q: I have a wheatish complexion and dry skin. I want to improve my complexion and have a flawless skin. Can you suggest some face masks and remedies for the above?

A:Flawless complexion means different things to different people. -Wash your face using Cetaphil lotion 2-3 times daily. -Apply Kojic acid cream (Clearz) twice daily. -Apply Adaplene gel at bedtime (after clearz cream). -Take 1 tablet of Antioxidant (Antoxid-HC) daily. -Avoid sun-exposure especially between 10 AM to 3 PM. -Apply efaderm cream for dry skin. If this doesn't help then go to a good dermatologist for follow up.


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