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Suffering from acne, dark spots. Using ponds white beauty, retino. Treatment options?

Hi my name is XXXXXX and i ve suffer from acne since 6month n i ve squeeze many acne and finally i ve black spot in my face n new acne are appearing in my face day by day n i ve consult the dermatologist 1month ago he ve given me clingard for morning n retino for night but i m nt using this medicine regularly becoz it have make my skin more dark look like ugly so i m using pond white beauty before going outside because it has spf20 n try to remove dark spot
Asked On : Mon, 5 Nov 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
hi Armaan,

Firstly, stop squeezing your acne as it is basically leading to black spots over your face. kindly follow what your dermatologist has prescribed. Most probably you are not applying the medicines proper amounts and it is irritating your skin. Apply the medicines only on your pimple marks. USe a mild medicated face wash. You can also take some anti acne oral antibiotics. These will help only in subsidence of acne. You can discuss the option of chemical peels and microdermabrasion to lighten your spots. It is always better to treat active acne first and then treating pigmention so that one has desired prolonged effects. You can continue using Spf 20 cream, however using a medicated non comedogenic sunscreen with Spf more than 30 will be more useful.Take care.
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