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1. my hair is very thin & little bit rough.i hav also hair fallling how can i make my hair very smooth , shiny & thik ?? 2. i hav open pores on my whole face & every day they become full of sebum.i hav too clean them by pressing my skin's upper layer with my nails,which is avery pain full.sometimes my face become full of rashes & itchyness.i hav also acne, i want to know how can i make my skin glowing, smooth & supple ???

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There are Medicated Herbal Oils. Try Indian or Sri Lankan Hair Oils. You may search on Web please.

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