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February 2018 (Vol. 28 Issue 11)

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This man has slight sun damage to his forehead

This man has slight sun damage to his forehead. His doctor has advised him to keep an eye on it and to keep it moist. Is there any known cure for this type of damage? What can he do to help the area heal? Work with some high-quality reparative creams containing Pycnogenol or grape seed extract. Aloe is an excellent soother; blackcurrant oil, castor oil and calendula also have healing properties. Find something with a good combination of vitamins (especially C, E, and K). Adjust your diet accordingly to maximise exposure to those vitamins, and supplement if necessary.


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