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Can kojivit and propionate be used to remove black spots from face?

dear sir ... am sandhiya 26years ... recently (last 2months) am having some block spots in my face specially below and around to my mouth. naturally am little dark in am using propynate nf cream for block spots. and now am going to use kojivit it s given by dermotologist only... is it posiible to go ? in that particular medicine. am waiting for your reply.... am really feel bad about my face.....
Asked On : Mon, 8 Apr 2013
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Hello Sandhiya
Welcome to healthcare Magic
Propynate nf is a steroid and i would not advice you to continue that for your pigmentation around mouth. You need to rule out some conditions like Vitamin B12 deficiency, Hypothyroidism, Addison's disease and Seborrhoeic melanosis in your case. Your dermatologist will be able to help you out in this regard. Kojivit is a safe cream which you can try for your pigmentation. It will improve but usually won't go completely. Have a balanced diet. Eat plenty of citrus fruits (Vitamin C), Carrots and other colored fruits(Vitamin A). Meat, poultry and fish is rich in Vitamin B12. Avoid excessive sunlight exposure and wear a sunscreen daily.
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