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Brown spots, lomela cream, sun ban lotion, solution for pigmentation ?

I had severe pigmentation i.e brown spots in my face I had severe pigmentation i.e brown spots in my face for the past three years. I have been advised to use lomela cream and sun ban lotion by a dermatologist . But no use. The pigmentation is still there. Ofcourse it is not spreading. I am wearing specs and under the spex, both side of my chin
Asked On : Sat, 7 Apr 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Hi..dear Sheela..,
Thanks for choosing HCM..,
Brown spots on the face is called ..FRECKLES..,
It is not respond to normal lightening creams..,
So go for..,
1) Morning times use...SUNSCREEN LOTION..,
2) Night times use...Kojic acid and Vit C..,
on night times..,
3) But best removal by using.., has to be done by...Dermatologist..,
ok thanQ
Answered: Sat, 7 Apr 2012
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Dermatologist Dr. Udhay Sidhu's  Response

Pigmentation can be of various types such as superficial and deep.
Also there can be multiple effects such as hormonal imbalance, sun, certain medications can also cause it also it can be genetic.
It is good that you are using a sunscreen lotion, use a SPF of atleast 30, opt for non greasy preparation and apply atleast 15 min propr to stepping out in the Sun and re apply it after 3 hours.
If the topical creams are not giving significant result you need to meet a cosmetologist and discuss about chemical peels such as glycolic and TCA peels.
Also please get some investigations done which will facilitate in finding out the cause - your dermatologist can guide you more on it

Take Care
Answered: Sat, 7 Apr 2012
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