It sounds like you have pigmentation, possibly melasma
Glycovira cream contains a substance called Glycolic acid
, which is given for the treatment of pigmentation. However, you need to be careful while using it. Here are some of the precautions you need to take:
1. Do not use any kind of scrub on the face while you are on glycolic treatment
2. Avoid sun exposure, and use high SPF sunblock if you have to go out in the sun
3. Do not bleach, wax or use any aromatic oils on the area
4. Do not massage
the glycolic cream. it just has to be applied gently.
5. Use the glyco cream only at night, never during day time.
since you have erythema
(light red colour) on the area where you have used the cream, discontinue it for a couple of days. Once skin returns to normal, use the glyco cream mixed with a gentle moisturizer or petroleum jelly. gradually reduce the quantity of moisturizer over a period of few days, as your skin gets used to the glycolic acid.
Remember that rubbing the glyco cream on your skin, or applying it in excessive quantities is not going to give you faster results, and, in fact, might damage your skin. So use it as advised by your dermatologist
Hope this helps.