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Scars on face, light brown skin. Depiwhite masque and cream recommended?

Hello. My name is Sarah. I have red/brown acne scars on my face and I would like to try depiwhite masque and cream for one month. Is it ok if I use this cream on my skin ( I have light brown skin type), could it create lighter areas and darker ares on my skin (i mean an area which get depigmentated more than another).
Thank you in advance!
Asked On : Wed, 17 Apr 2013
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Hi thanks for writing here.Depiwhite contains kojic acid,vitamin c and antipollen.It is effective in treating post acne hyperpigmentation.Masque will increase penetration of the cream ,you can use this,but initially do patch testing for 48 hours and then go for use since sometimes these may cause allergies.Apply only at night time,sunprotection is must ,apply to whole face ,mask can be removed in 30 minutes ,you can apply cream overnight if there is no irritation.Take care.
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