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I am getting pimples in my face bit big spot, I consult doctor after it was less for few days, but again started same and every now and then Same issues please guide to just rid of this problem.

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I am getting pimples in my face bit big spot, I consult d...
drink water 10 glass / day wash ur face 3 times / day apply aloe vera gel at night if u hv constipation problem eat more fibre content food avoid oily food / fast foods
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I am getting pimples in my face bit big spot, I consult d...
Acne or pimples - a skin condition that occurs when hair follicles plug with oil and dead skin cells. Acne is most common in teenagers and young adults. Symptoms range from uninflamed blackheads to pus-filled pimples or large, red and tender bumps. Treatments include over-the-counter homeopathic lotions and medicine. Usually self-diagnosable symptoms range from uninflamed blackheads to pus-filled pimples or large, red and tender bumps. People may experience: skin: bumps, rashes, boils, darkening due to inflammation, pimples, red spots, redness, or tenderness also common: pus advice - drink plenty of water, avoid spicy or oily food, eat healthy food, fruits and wash face 4-5 times, avoid using chemical based creams etc. Home - remedy - oats is not only a good food but it also works as a medicine to treat black spots, acne marks, or pimple scars on the face. You can apply an oatmeal face mask regularly in order to get rid of the dark spots on your face. Prepare a paste using oatmeal and lemon juice. Apply this paste onto the spots and scrub it gently.
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