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I am 31, I have pimples, n lot of dark marks, looks weird on my face. N my skin nowadays looks very dull all d time. Suggest me some external medicine, n soap for daily use.

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Hello....... Take homoeopathic medicine:- kali bromatum 30 (3 drops four times a day) berberis aquifolium q (10 drops three times a day in half cup water) make a gap of 15 mins between above medicines. Do not take any thing half an hr before and after the medicine. Take medicine for one month. With medicine eat healthy diet including salad twice a day with meal..... Drink lots of water....... Prefer skimmed milk and milk products...... Avoid strong tea and coffee. Avoid too much of these also......... Drink green tea 3-4 cups daily........ Use mild face wash. Wash face with plain water twice a day. It removes extra oil from face........ Do not use any cream on face. Use mild moisturiser.......... When going out cover face with cloth. It protect you from dust......... Avoid junk food and fried things. Avoid cold drinks........ Avoid sweets and all bakery products....... Avoid too much non veg......... Avoid touching face........ Take 8 hrs good sleep. Do these. Consult after 15 days for follow up. Have a healthy life......
kindly wash your face with neem face wash and apply multani mitti paste with rose water, after it gets dried up, wah the face and apply kumkumadi lepam cream. Use it daily in the evening. Take wheat grass juice, 80 ml, twice a day empty stomach. Take gandhaka rasyana, 3 tabs with lohasava, 2 tsf in half a glass of warm water, after meals twice a day. Continue the regime for 2 months. Cut down spicy food, curd, butter milk, fast food, late night meals from your routine. Take liquid diet like daliya, khichdi, moong daal in your diet. Good luck.
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