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Have blister on lips leaving a scar. Solution?

hi my query is about my lip, i had blister on lips and when it recover, it leave a scare or so call a black spot/stain, not only one, it s few! and i realized it become darker recently. I feel sad and try to cover my lip when talking to people, too worry people will look at my lips. Kindly advise me a solution. Can i go for any laser treatment to remove it?
Asked On : Thu, 21 Mar 2013
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It seems you have developed post inflammatory hyperpigmentation of the lips secondary to the blister on lips. To treat the same apply a mild steroid cream over the spot in night and Kojic acid and vitamin c based cream twice in a day. Also use a lip balm with sun protection factor. Hopefully your pigmentation eill reduce. You may also take few sessions of mild spot chemical peels to reduce the pigmentation.
Hope that helps. Take care
Answered: Thu, 21 Mar 2013
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