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Skin pigmentation on cheek bones, fair complexion. Tried melomela lite. Treatment?

hi i ve a 1yr 4 mons old son .once i stopped feedind at 7 mons pigmentation started . i don t go out in sun . 4 d past 6 mons i ve had dis problem. doc gave me hh lite n sun block . it worked slightly. 2day d doc gave melomela lite . how do i get rid of pigmemtation on my cheekbones. i ve a wonderful skin and very fair complexion . this is d 1st time in my life i ve faced any kind of skin problem.i am 38 yrs old.
Asked On : Mon, 20 Aug 2012
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hi skin pigmentation on cheek bones is called can be due to hormonal imbalance,cosmetics,ultraviolet rays pregancy and in menopause it is mainly hormonal can be treated with tubes u used but it should be used for longer time.instead use ban a tan which are steriod free for spots in the night and a sunscreen in the morning can cure it.if no response use chemical peels like azalic acid and mandelic acid.if no response use pigmented lasers
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