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Red blister post using Melonycyl for white spot on the face, no itching or burning. Should I continue the medicine?

My age is 24 & around 2 yeras ago a white spot appeadred on my face . I got it treated by a dermatologist & it went away completely. now around 2 months ago a white spot appeadred again at the same place. My doctor suggested me Melonycyl soln. afte 3-4 days of application i noticed the area turning red as if the skin there is burnt. There is no itching or burning sensation on that spot.please suggest if I should continue to apply the Melonycyl soln & also how the redness of the skin subside
Asked On : Sun, 15 Apr 2012
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Hi first stop the melanocyl lotion for few days and treat the blister with antibiotic twice daily and application of t bact ointment over the burnt area.then after use melanocyl lotion along with moisteriser in the ratio of 8:2 and apply on the white spot in the morning and flutivate ointment in the night
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