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How to clean the dead cells from face, and became fare?

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Dr. Robert Kwok
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In brief: Only gentle washing!

Avoiding direct sunlight will allow skin to lighten, but that usually means a person may become deficient in vitamin d (means taking vitamin d to avoid deficiency).
Using sunscreen helps also, by decreasing tanning. One may want to use indoor exercise, if avoiding outdoor sunshine. One shouldn't hide indoors just to have lighter skin (might not be healthy).

In brief: Only gentle washing!

Avoiding direct sunlight will allow skin to lighten, but that usually means a person may become deficient in vitamin d (means taking vitamin d to avoid deficiency).
Using sunscreen helps also, by decreasing tanning. One may want to use indoor exercise, if avoiding outdoor sunshine. One shouldn't hide indoors just to have lighter skin (might not be healthy).
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