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Exposed to sun. Using skinlite cream. Became dark. What should I do?

hello dr i have used skinlite cream for the pass 3 months ,, unfortunately last week i was happend to be exposed in sun during my nss camp.. so that i became dark due to that exposure , so i think i have used skinlite in excess quantity which let me in trouble i have becme so dark after that .. what should i do now ...
Asked On : Fri, 12 Apr 2013
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Your problem seems to be that of tanning due to excess exposure to sunlight..Firstly, i would recommend that you should not use skinlite cream any longer now...The tanning that has occured doesnt seem to have any relation with the use of skinlite ,,But skinlite has such components that it should be used only for a limited period of time and that too under medical supervision. It is not recommended to be used for longer periods of time...
Now as far as the pigmentation is concerned, i would advise you to regularly use a sunscreen (SPF>26) now before any kind of sun exposure.Also you can use a milder lightening agent containing Kojic acid cream and vitamin C on your face twice a day to reduce the pigmentation..
Also take diet rich in antioxidants and Vitamin C (like citrus fruits, salads)

Hope it helps
Dr Geetika Paul
Answered: Fri, 12 Apr 2013
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