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Painful pimple on forehead, skin darkening due to formula cream. What can I do?

Hi..i am 22 years old,and my name is Ayesha.I had a pimple,it seemed at my forehead , chin and chicks also.sometime it was painful.few yers ago I used a formula cream for change my dark complexion but unfortunatly my skin was damage on this cream,my face comlexion had changed in double tonic face.and now many pimples and its marks on my face.kindly suggest me that what can i do for stop pimples and romove spots??
Asked On : Sun, 28 Oct 2012
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Most of the formula creams for treatment of pigmentation contain steroid. Acneiform eruptions is the side effect of topical steroids.
Stop using any cream or oily substance on your face and reduce oiling the scalp hair, because they promote these lesions.
Consult a dermatologist so that proper treatment can be started according to the severity of the lesions.
Dr. Ajit Singh
MD - Skin & VD
Answered: Mon, 29 Oct 2012
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