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  1. Skin inflammation scarring is a significant normal skin issue that happens due to the constant and uncontrolled skin inflammation inconvenience. The scars are really unattractive and harm the presence of an individual. Fortunately, there are various medicines that are more than valuable in disposing of the issue with incredible viability. How about we get familiar with Acne Scar Treatment in Dubai . Over the most recent couple of years, there has been a huge increment sought after for skin brigh
  2. Hey everyone, this is my first post on here but I just have to get this off my chest. Acne is seriously starting to take over myself: Ever since I started puberty which was at the start of year 9, I developed acne. At first it wasn't bad, just a little pimple here and there- but then my friends started telling me that I was getting acne. I wasn't worried though, because I thought acne was just a normal stage of teenage life. I started washing my face with cetaphil gentle cleanser for the tim
  3. Hi, I’ve posted before, but in the last year I’ve gotten more scars. What type of treatment do you think is best for me. I don’t want to do a treatment if it might make things worse, what is the best treatment for pitted scars, like the ones on my forehead and in between my eyes? Also, I’ve been on spironolactone and using epiduo forte. My face has gotten kind of pale, and I get that that’s part of it, but seeing as getting sun is not a good option, does anyone have a self tanner recommend
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