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Having dark spots on the cheeks spreading to the nose. Done chemical peeling. Permanent solution?

I have dark skin and I have spots on my right and left side of my cheeks and spreading to my nose ..I have tried lots of creams..not sure what I could do.. I feel that the spots are taking over my face. I don t want to laser my face. do you know what I can try. I have also done the peel. it looks like the spots are deeper into my skin..what can I do. I deal with people all the time and I feel like they are looking at my the spots look like one big spot on each side of my
Asked On : Mon, 24 Sep 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
you can do it
stop all milk and diary products
no use of mustard almonds coconut walnut groundnut soya
apply olive for application and olive for cooking
no milk and nut conyaining shampoo
no oily food no creams
take tab methotrextate 2.5 mgm once weekly dose
apply clindac a gel on face in morning
retinoic acid .25 mgm at night
calamine in afternoon
dop for 3 months and then post
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