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Using melaglow skin lightening brightening cream from last year. Will this cause any harm?

Hello sir I m using melaglow skin lightening brightening cream on my dark spots becoz of pimples it s almost one year now n I have noticed the effects but sum people say that these type of creams contains steroids and that is not good for long time use so if I should stop using it or it does have any other side effects or not ......
Asked On : Fri, 25 Jan 2013
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hello there.. welcome to healthcaremagic.. thanks or ur query..
wel melaglow cream contains hydroquinone and steroids.. and both when used for long term can cause many sideeffects. hydroquinone has been proved to cause skin cancer if used for long term, so i advice u to stop using melaglow cream, and resort to natural methods of clearing the dark spots like
apply lemon juice on the spots with cotton to the dark spot in rolling motion or mix 1 tablespoon honey with some brownsugar and 1 teaspoon of lemon and apply the mixture and keep it for some 1 to 2 hours then wash with only water..
i hope this solves ur query...
Answered: Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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