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2 years phale mujhe mata nikali thi toh maine pimple fod diye fir unke daago ko kase saaf kru and mujhe abhi bhi pimple nikalte hai face, back and shoulder par Fir m unko fod deta hu after vo daag ban jate hai unhe kaise saaf kru.

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Hello U must be having acne vulgaris U should not pierce or break the pimples because it might leave behind pits or scars Homoeopathy has some good medicines to treat the pimples U can start by taking a med named sulphur 200 3 pills 3 times a day for a period of 2 wks. Just letme know after 2 wks.
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Dear Lybrate User, First you should know your disease and why this is happening. There are sebaceous glands are present our skin which releases the sebum whenever the pores of this glands are closed due to any reason or the fluid production is increased it causes pimples or acne. The development of pimples is primarily connected to oil production, dead skin cells, clogged pores,bacteria and fungus. Three things affecting your skin 1.Stress 2.Loss of sleep 3.Hormonal changes First two are easily restored by yourself but hormonal imbalance can be restored by healthy diet, plenty of fluids, water, some yoga will be helpful. Adv: Wash your face twice Drink plenty of water Maintain stool habbit Perform yoga The risk of developing pimples is increased by a diet high in dairy products Popping (bursting) pimples can make the skin infection worse STOP USING VIVID FACEWASH If above does not help then you should go for homeopthic medicine which have no side effects.Consult me for treatment or nearby you. .
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