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i have a oily skin.. what should i do to remove that..?

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Dr. Jason Lichten
Plastic Surgery 23 years experience
Options exist: Consult with a board certified plastic surgeon or dematologist to evaluate your personal options. This may include lasers, chemical peels, dermabrasion or prescription skin care. There are many options and you need a regimen tailored to your specific situation and expected results.

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Chemical Peel: Chemical peel is a quick and relatively inexpensive way to brighten your skin. It can improve hyperpigmentation, fine lines and even out tone. If you are acne prone, salicylic acid peel can help with that as well. Regular exfoliation can help to maintain the peel results and you may want to repeat every 3-6 months.

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