Should I do chemical peels and would they help lighten my skin to get rid of dark spots? (Photo)
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Chemical Peels and Lightening
Should I do chemical peels and would they help lighten my skin to get rid of dark spots?
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Treatment of horizontal crease of the nose
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Dark spots on the nose
I would definitely recommend that you use the bleaching creams and retinols or Retin-A to reduce this discoloration. I would definitely do chemical peels to help improve the pigmentation and tone. Best, Dr. Green
Dark line on the nose seems to be like a depression. You can try a moderate strength peel, microderabrasion or a dermal filler to over come the complaint. your doctor will decide the treatment plan.
Pregnancy will definitely change your skin by many ways. Many a times these changes are reversible. Fine lines and age spots fades up with chemical peels of various strengths followed by skin care products. You can also try Botox for wrinkles. Hydrating your skin will minimise the formation of new wrinkles in future
Every skin is unique in its own ways. The beauty of the skin lies on how you maintain. Love your skin and your skin will reciprocate.
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