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Dark spots on cheeks. Used melalite cream, burning, itching, redness. Suggestions?

I am 20 years old female from I have used melalite 15 cream for dark spots on cheeks.The next day morning i felt a very bad burning and itching sensation and the area where i applied becam red,from the moment i stopped using it but still the itching sensation is persisting...plz doctor suggest some good way to get rid of it and what should i do or should i need a treatment....i hav just used it only one night...plz help doctor
Asked On : Fri, 15 Feb 2013
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Hello dear melalite cream causes irritation. It is quiet common with it.
You should not have kept it applied for night. Actually initially it should be applied for 2 hours and then washed.
Any way nothing to worry. Stop applying the cream now. Use mometasone cream once in night for 7 days. Apply and keep it over night.
You will get relief.
After 7 days you can start using melalite. Better take melalite xl.
Thank you
Answered: Fri, 15 Feb 2013
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