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Taking cetaphil lotion, melaglor for pigmentation around eye. Getting wrinkles. Side effect?

hi, i have recently consulted the doctor for major ehe dark circles having this since two years , i have been suggested cetaphil lotion, melaglor for pigmentaion , wunder eye cream and some medicines daily morning night to be taken, have folowed this for a week and have got reaction and hav strted getting tremendouse wrinkles over my eyes....
Asked On : Wed, 12 Dec 2012
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Hi Payal,

The prescription suggested by your doctor is fine. But as you have mentioned that you are getting wrinkling around the eyes, most probably either wundereye or mela glow isn't suiting your skin and is causing irritation. Sometimes over zealous and excessive application of creams can irritate the skin too. So what I would suggest is that you stop applying these creams for a while and continue with cetaphil lotion as it being a moisturising lotion would soothe your skin. You can also apply fluticasone cream or desonide cream to reduce irritation and wrinkling. Also contact your doctor, as your dermatologist is the right person to take a call whether to continue with wundereye and mela glow or change them altogether. Take care.
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