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Dark skin on the face and neck. Can I use metalite or brite cream to make the skin look fair?

hiiii, m male 26 yrs , my skin is oily n not so dark just normal wheatish color, bt when i go out in sun, due to oiliness color darkens, i need to fair my face color, n even fair my neck color which is nw brown, plz suggest any medicament, as such i m nt allergic to anything, can i use brite cream or melalite to lighten my face n neck color?
Asked On : Thu, 1 Nov 2012
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Thanks for the query.

Yes you can use a skin lightening cream like melalite.

The following should be procedure to use it.

1. Wash your face in evening around 7.

2. Dry face and apply cream all over your face.

3. Keep it for one hour.

4. Wash face again.

5. Apply some moisturising cream and sleep.

6. In morning apply a sunscreen with spf at least 30.

Do this for a month, you will see the results.

Let me know if you have any other doubts.
Thank you
Answered: Tue, 20 Aug 2013
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