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Hyperpigmentation, melasma on nose, cheeks, gradually increasing. Using lomela cream, dry skin. Alternative treatment?

Hi doctor My name is XXXXXX.. I’m 24 years old, unmarried.. I have a hyper pigmentation problem I mean I have a melasma on my nose & cheeks from long time.. and it is gradually increasing.. I consulted a dermatologist & she gave me lomela cream, I’m using it from past one week. My skin is very dry… So please tell me is this lomela cream is good for my skin or what else I can use..
Asked On : Tue, 10 Jul 2012
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Thank you for your query.
It is unprofessionally to prescribe online for you medication without assess you and making physical examination. I will advice you avoid excessive sun exposure ,continue medication , avoid oral contraceptive pills. If you will note side effects or no improvements, then you have to return to your Physician for further advice. Don’t try self-treatment and follow expert advice.
Take care and good luck.
Answered: Tue, 10 Jul 2012
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