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How to get rid of pigmentation due to laser treatment ?

Hi Doctor , My name is Amit and i have developed pigmentation on both my cheeks . I developed this pigmenation bcoz of laser treatment that i took from kayaskin for beard has been there for almost 2 years now and really bothers me...request you to kindly adise the treatment for the sme
Asked On : Mon, 1 Aug 2011
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hello and welcome to healthcaremagic ,apply vitamin e oil ,take green vegetables
and take vitamin e tablets ,we cannot prescribe full medication as that would be
unethical ,so would suggest you to have consultation with dermatologist.take care
Answered: Mon, 1 Aug 2011
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hi welcome to is rare side effect of laser treatment. Whatever the type of laser used there may be A MORE chance of hyper pigmentation of skin after exposure to lasers. In this condition the skin is darkened as a result of increased pigment deposition. Usually Dark or tanned skin is more prone to develop this. you can readily treated with the use of bleaching agents and is a temporary.
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