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Face full of pigmentation due to sun burn and pregnancy. Medicine to get fair skin?

Due to pregnancy and sun burn my face has become full of pigmentation .I live in abudhabi and now my baby is 12 months but still pigmentation is there on my fac e which makes me sad and uncomfortable to confront with people I can t face the eyes of people,please kindly can I get some advice what should I do I have very fair skin I use to have clear and pretty face now its spoilt all please give me some cream names
Asked On : Wed, 20 Jun 2012
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Hi reshma,
Welcome to HCM and hope you will regain your pretty face.
Your Darknerss of face is known as "melasma". It has a relation with pregnancy and sun light exposure.
You could try the following medication with prescription of a dermatologist--
1. Depiwhite S cream-apply at every morning or Spectraban cream for 1 month
2. Tri-melasin cream at night regularly for 1 month
3. avoid self medication and sun exposure.
Consult a dermatologist/ HCM 1 month later.
other options for removal of pigment are-- Chemical peel, Intense pulsed light (IPL) and Laser.
With regards,
Dr. M M Mahmud,MBBS, MD, (
Answered: Wed, 20 Jun 2012
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