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Sun tanning, skin darkening. Prescribed celin, ointment, no improvement. Treatment?

Hi Doctor, My question is that in my hands some areas which are normally exposed to SUN have to turned to a bit black colour. I Met a Dermatologist as well. he Prescibed Celin tablet along with One cream to apply in the night. But, i am not seeing any improvement on skin till now. Any suggestion that you would like to give?
Asked On : Mon, 23 Jul 2012
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Cosmetic & Plastic Surgeon 's  Response
If the sun exposure has been for a long time then it will take ling time to improve after appropriate medications.
You must make sure that your hands do not get further exposure to sun, for example wearing gloves or using sunscreen lotions.
Apply Eldopaque 4% cream at night regularly for long time to see improvement.

Dr.Rajesh Kaushash
MS,M.Ch(Plastic), FRCS
Cosmetic & Plastic Surgeon

Answered: Mon, 17 Dec 2012
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