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Spots after acne. Using Region A dermovate and skin bleaching cream. Remedy?

Hey my name is Saba..
I'm 20 female.. from Qatar
my problem is Im getting spots n lil acne on my face.. n even my tone is getting dark..! I don't know how to get rid of it..! n even my skin is getting really dry.. as in face wash im using garnier light face wash.. I dnt eat much oily n chilly food..! n im using retino A .. dermovate and a skin bleaching cream..when im using it its working n if I stop it den it wont work..!! so I srsly dnt knw wht to do..!!
Asked On : Fri, 11 Oct 2013
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Dermovate cream is a potent steroid cream and I don't know who recommended you to use it on the face. All your problems will most probably be due to that. Please consult a good dermatologist who will help you to stop this cream.
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Answered: Fri, 11 Oct 2013
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