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Melalite xl cream, ban a tan. Side effects?

Hi I am using melaliteXL cream for the last one year on the suggestion of one doctor,I am applying it alternate days in night time,I had become fair and till now i didnt face any problem,but after reading the reviews that melaliteXL is not at all a gud cream and also if we stop the cream usage skin becomes the worst i am afraid even to stop,please suggest me how to avoid this cream,also the same doctor had suggested me to use BAN A TAN cream in morning times,is it a good cream??
Asked On : Sat, 26 May 2012
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Welcome to Healthcaremagic,

The worst part of the de-melanizing agents is the pigmentation recurs again once you go out on a sunny day with out a sunscrren. So you need to take care of that tender skin by applying a good sunscreen at least of SPF 15.

BAN A TAN is good cream but instead of Melalite-xl you can use it in the evening and use sunscreen during day time. This will be correct way .

Answered: Wed, 31 Jul 2013
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