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Had lazer treatment to remove some freckles off face, all normal except forehead has white line with brown dots. Solution ?

Hi I found what you wrote very interesting especially this part 3. Will I have white spots, or will the old freckle area be normal skin colour?
Sometimes a little extra melanin is removed from your skin, and the freckle area ends up lighter than the rest of your skin. However this is self-correcting – definitely not permanent!

In march 2 I undergoed some lazer treatment to remove some freckles off my face , most of them have gone back to my normal skin colour which is a light olive brown, however the ones on my forhead are a white colour with tiny small brown dots in them. I can not stop thinking about it , is there anything I can put on it to get it back to my normal skin colour?
Asked On : Sat, 6 Apr 2013
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welcome to healthcare magic forum
thank you for your query
white spot may be due to some skin damage or after scratching
it is difficult to diagnose and treat without examine
i strongly suggest to consult dermatologist
do not worry much as whatever may be result ,treatment is there
avoid sun exposure and apply good sun screen and moisturizer lotion .
never scratch or press any lesion on face .
i hope i answered your question
Answered: Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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