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Doctor suggested not to bleach face. Applied oxy bleach resulting dark patches. Fucibet cream or calamine lotion will work?

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I am taking Kaya's treatment for almost 1 & half year for acne. and it really worked for me. Doctor suggested not to bleach. But i am getting married in two days and hence my beautician used Oxy bleach over my face. After bleach i have got dark patches on my cheeks and forehead. i am really scared now, how to get rid of it into 2 days. i cant even go out as i within 2 days its my wedding. Fucibet cream will work for me ? or a calamine lotion? please suggest.
Asked On : Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Welcome to HCM.
you should have followed your doctor's advise. One should not use facial bleach while taking peels for acne.
Now to treat the dark patches, apply mometasone cream twice in a day and keep the area moisturised by using cetaphil moisturising lotion many times in a day.
Hope that helps.
Take care
Answered: Fri, 12 Apr 2013
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