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Facial moles/warts and Thuja gel


I am a 30 year old female with an extremely problematic skin. I usually had clear skin with no pimples at all throughout my teens. Just after when I turned 27, my skin started acting weird. I have acne, old acne marks, pigmentation starting from my eyes going down my cheeks( Not very prominent looks blotchy) and a cluster of warts(skin color most of them and some are brown)on my face. The condition is such that I don't even like to look myself in the mirror and I drink 3 to 3.5 ltrs of water everyday. I have healthy eating habits, I don't drink soda based cold drinks.

I went to a doctor and she gave me Thuja gel to apply on warts, thuja to take orally and berberis aquifolium gel to apply on my face.

My question is- Is it ok to apply thuja gel twice or thrice a day? Are there any other topical creams that can help in acne marks, pigmentation and clearing the face?

I am really desperate. It's been close to two years now I saw my face clear.
  Juzzfokix on 2014-05-19
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Would you like to take a treatment here?

Thuja has been given to dry up the warts but I don't think it it has been given based on your totality of symptoms.

Since when are you taking Thuja? Generally, it would take a month or two to dry up all warts if Thuja really showed response.
rishimba 9 years ago

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