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Acne on face, used mandiac acid peels, taking melalite forte cause redness. Treatment?

I have acne marks on my face , i tried a few mandiac acid peels aswell .. But they dont seem to make much of a difference. Im currently using melalite forte, its causing a lot of redness. Please suggest a good cream to remove these marks on my face. Ive spent a lot of money on peels. Its depressing for me to not notice much results.
Asked On : Sat, 19 May 2012
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i can understand your concern.

i would recommend that you stop the melalite cream..

first of all, the most important thing to prevent darkening of skin is to prevent constant sun exposure by using a sunscreen of SPF more than 50 if possible. this has to be applied on all exposed parts half an hour before going out to sun and reapplied every 4 hours.

a daily regimen of cleansing your face thrice a day, moisturizing and using sun screen is very effective.

also application of glycolic acid 6 % cream will help in resolving the marks. it has to be applied at night daily.

Answered: Tue, 22 May 2012
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