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Having pigmentation. lot of brown spots on face. How to get rid of that? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 07-Jun-2013
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Doctor:How can I help you?
User:Good afternoon
User:I wanted to speak regarding pigmentation
User:I have a sales job and despite using my own car, there is exposur eto sun
User:off late there is a lot of brown spots on my face
User:can i get rid of them?
User:without laser
Doctor:Depigmentation spots gradually fade off with time.
Doctor:I mean pigmented spots fade away with time.
User:istarted getting them from past 3-4 yrs and they are not going
Doctor:Yes, there are other means to depigment such spots.
Doctor:Products such as bright cream, clearz cream, garnier and nutregena, artistry have been used widely to treat such products.
Doctor:In addition to these there are medicated formulas containing hydroquinone which can be used under the guidance of a doctor.
Doctor:They also help in removing those spots.
Doctor:If none of these products help, you can try chemical peels or microdermabrasion procedure - done regularly at a dermatologist's office.
Doctor:All these are effective in treating such spots.
User:can you suggest some medicated formula
Doctor:I am sure, your spots should respond to any of these options.
Doctor:Some of the hydroquinone containing products available in India are Brite / Depig / Claripel plus cream, HQN cream, etc.
Doctor:Your local doctor can help you in prescribing one such products that are available at your locality.
Doctor:Do consult them for a prescription and to know about other instructions.
Doctor:Have you followed?
User:ok thanks
Doctor:Thanks for consulting me.
Doctor:Bye for now.
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