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Brown skin complexion. Using melacare forte cream, dark discolouration on lips. Cause of worry?

my skin colour is brown..i use melacare forte cream mixed with fair &lovely .my lip is black.after using this melacare forte cream,my complexion becomes more fair and my lip colour bcmes very sometimes i use small amount of melacare forte in my lips ther any big problem?what are side effects...please help me ...m totally confused.
Asked On : Tue, 18 Dec 2012
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Firstly I would never advocate over the counter use of melacare forte for prolonged period just to lighten skin complexion as in long run it would irreparably harm your skin. So gradually withdraw from regular use. Instead use a good sunscreen and mild Kojic acid, liquorice or arbutin based creams. For your lip pigmentation, use of mild steroids or mild depigmenting creams is advisable. To get better results you can also take lactic acid peels. Hope that solves your query.
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