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    Keep your skin clean and moisturizing, Before going to bed clean your skin properly with any best cleanser. Milk and lemon mixture is the best cleanser that clean the skin properly and it is a simple and easy way. Wash your face twice daily. Must use milk in your diet and drink plenty of water.

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    For fair and healthy skin
    You can do many easy and simple things at home... First of all, Drink plenty of water, Keep clean your skin, Avoid from sunlight, Do exercise daily, Make a routine of the walk, Don't use oily foods or jhunk foods. Eat more vegetables and fruites, Drink fresh juices and get milk regular in your diet.

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    Hi guys, Thanks for sharing your idea's with us. I also want to share my experience of melasma with you guys. I am 39 years old and having skin problem from the very long time period. I have tried many things to get rid of it but all results to zero. After that my best told me about the "Cysteamine Cream", I purchase this cream from here scientispharma.com/the-product/ and I regularly used this cream and I can see the results within 6 weeks. I suggest if someone having same problem like me they can use this cream.

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    The most important part of skincare during the summers and should be a top priority, is sunscreen. We underestimate the importance of limiting sun exposure. It can lead to skin cancers, dark spots, early wrinkles etc. You should follow the basic tips for skincare which involve adequate hydration, a healthy diet, moisturizing and exfoliating.

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    thanks for sharing your awesome tips!

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    Quote Originally Posted by penshelly View Post
    -Wash your face twice a day
    -Don't pop pimples.
    -Avoid touching your face with your fingers or leaning your face on objects that collect sebum and skin residue like your phone.
    -If you wear glasses or sunglasses, make sure you clean them frequently to keep oil from clogging the pores around your eyes and nose.
    -Remove your makeup before you go to sleep.
    -Keep hair clean and out of your face to prevent additional dirt and oil from clogging your pores.
    -Protect your skin from the sun. It may seem like a tan masks acne, but it's only temporary.
    Hi, I followed your advice; Protect my skin from the sun and I think it's more than beneficial! thanks


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