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    a little better but it's still not back to my original color. Is the it's necessary

    Speaking to a dermatologist about my skin. I say:

    It seems the hyperpigmentation has gotten a little better but it's still not back to my original color.

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    It seems the hyperpigmentation has gotten a little better but still not back to my original color.

    Are both okay? Is the it's necessary?

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    Re: a little better but it's still not back to my original color. Is the it's necess

    It seems the hyperpigmentation has gotten a little better but (it) is still not back to my original color.

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