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How to remove severe black sun burn mark and stop its reoccurrence?

dear doctor, i had bad sunburn mark in my face 6 years back at my age of 24 , after the medication it was cleared completely and i have been using sunscreen ever since and was doing in-house job to avoid sun , somehow i happened to join a job depends outfield , within a few days under sun , i got back the black mark again in the same cheek areas , please advise me to remove this mark and to avoid in the future .
Asked On : Tue, 1 Jan 2013
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To protect your skin from sun damage
1) use a sunscreen SPF 50
2) take oral vitamin c and antioxidant supplements
3) apply a Kojic acid vitamin c liquorice and arbutin based cream over pigmented area twice in a day.
Hope that answers your query. Take care.
Answered: Tue, 15 Jan 2013
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hello kumar , you can use lactocalamine lotion when you go outside also this helps in rfemoving your scar now
Answered: Wed, 2 Jan 2013
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