26 weeks pregnant mother

Question: My skin is getting extra dark n having lot f pimbles. Face, neck and back r covered with pimbles.. Is it normal? What os d remedy for this? Anyone pls answer.

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Answer: By this you may have pimples....don't worry drink more water ,avoid oily items....daily fresh aloe vera before bath wash in cold water
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