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Hii doctor, actually i'm getting black shades like face pigmentation ,especially on my forehead I am having this problem since 2 years. I have consulted a skin doctor 3 months ago ,he suggested me to use "KOJIVIT PLUS GEL" and also some sunscreen lotion .i have been using those medication till now from last 1&1/2 month .can you pls help me to get my problem solved .please take this into consideration.

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Hii doctor, actually i'm getting black shades like face p...
Hello. Avoid using kojivit for better result take homeopathic treatment. Hello balanced diet full of mineral- and nutrient-rich foods is a good idea to keep your skin and body healthy. In particular, try to incorporate foods high in antioxidants (vitamins A, C, and E) because these promote healthy and fresh skin and prevent skin damage. Anti-oxidant-rich foods include carrots, butternut squash, mangoes, leafy greens, citrus fruits, nuts, seeds. 2. Keep yourself hydrated. Drink at least eight glasses of water daily. Water helps to detoxify the body and shed dead skin cells. Staying hydrated is a simple, healthy, and natural way to detox your body and may even alleviate future acne and scarring. 3.Avoid excessive exposure to sunlight. To prevent long-term skin damage, avoid staying out in the sun for too long without sunscreen. 4.Wash your face regularly. Keep your face clean and bacteria-free by washing it at least twice per day and after heavy sweating. 5.Do this: Squeeze the lemons to take out the fresh juice in a bowl. Add the honey to this lemon juice and mix well. Dip the cotton ball in this mixture. Now apply this mixture on your cotton ball to whole of your face or the area where you have acne scars. Leave for about 10-15 minutes. Wash off with water and pat dry. For best result consult privately.
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