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Red patches on skin. Been using kojimed cream. What are they?

hi doc, I had been using kojimed cream on a patch of my face for a month now to remove a scar . This was prescribed by a dermatologist . Now, the area of my skin where I applied the cream has become whiter than the rest of the area. Also, there are a couple of red patches . Kindly suggest what to do with those red patches? Are they permanent? If no, then how much time these red patches can take to fade? Also, in how much time, my natural (brown) skin color will be back. Thanks a lot from a worried man.
Asked On : Fri, 8 Mar 2013
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Dermatologist 's  Response
welcome to healthcare magic forum
kojimed is skin lighting cream and may cause redness
it may be due to sun exposure also
do not worry they are not permanent .
you need to apply good moisturizer and sunscreen .
it may take 2-3 wks to have normal color back.
better to consult dermatologist if it persist .
i hope i answered your question
Answered: Mon, 11 Mar 2013
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