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Medium coloured skin tone. Using skinlite ointment to increase fairness. How to achieve fair skin?

hi 21yrs old...mine is medium coloured skin using skinlite ointment since few applying it as a night cream........but i dont feel this fairness is this cream harmfull for my skin???and how can i get permanent fairness for my skin....can i use skin light forever ointment for permanent color????
Asked On : Fri, 21 Dec 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response

Skin colour is something that you get genetically. The only thing that can be achieved is an even skin tone which can then lead to lightening of skin tone and healthier looking skin.

You cannot use skinlite cream for more than there weeks. Its harmful to the skin.

You need to use sunscreen daily to prevent tanning due to sun exposure.

For skin lightening you need to visit your dermatologist who can evaluate the treatment that you would need to have a better skin tone and to treat a tan if any.

Take care.
Answered: Fri, 21 Dec 2012
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