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Burnt neck, chest region. Prescribed with Oxidon Plus, Allerflex, Sofradex, Raystop. Healing period of burnt marks?

Hello, I burnt my neck and chest region around 20 days back. Now the dead skin has peeled away and only some whiteness and redness remains. I ve been asked to consume Oxidon Plus and Allerflex and apply Sofradex cream and Raystop sunscreen. What is your take on this ? And how long will my marks take to fade away ? Thankyou. Devangi
Asked On : Mon, 20 Aug 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Jul 2012
Hi there. Am afraid it would be a very brave or foolhardy person who can tell you when your marks will fade away! In addition to what you are currently using, i would think you could use a topical skin lightening agent eg Hydroquinone or /& a scar reducing cream eg contractubex or Mebo (herbal varieties) creams. Ideally a dermatologist should be consulted. Wishing you well..cheers!
Answered: Mon, 20 Aug 2012
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