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What's the Best Way to Brighten Your Skin?
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Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff posted:
Chemical peels, dermabrasion, or laser treatments? Take this quiz to find the best way to brighten your skin.

Quiz: What's the Best Way to Brighten Your Skin?

Which treatments have you tried? Which has worked the best for you?

Elizabeth
- Elizabeth
~Love of beauty is taste. Creation of beauty is art.~
Ralph Waldo Emerson
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Mohiba K Tareen, MD responded:
As I always tell my patients, there is no need to spend a great deal of time or money on your skin — a simple regimen of a mineral based sunscreen in the morning, and alternating a retinoid with an anti-oxidant (such as Vitamin C) in the evening — will leave your skin healthy, smooth, and glowing!


I must confess though ... a light brightening peel with glycolic and azelaic acid does help perk up my skin when I have been getting up too many times at night with my kids


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