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Uneven skin tone, chin darker than cheeks, top layer of skin peeling out on using skin lite. Should I continue this?

hi doctor i m shreya. my cheeks are comparatively fairer than my chin , my chin is very dark. and it is clearly visible normally and even in pictures. thus making me look ugly. i used skin lite cream n i m getting a better result, as in parts of my chin are getting back to their original colour. but the top layer of my skin is peeling out. should i continue using skin lite cream on my face??
Asked On : Sun, 23 Sep 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
Hi Shreya,
Thanks for posting your query.
I can understand your concern.
The abnormality of pigmentation can be constitutional or it may be a pimentation disorder called chloasma.
You should avoid exposure to open sunlight which increases the differential pigmentation- carry umbrella and can use sun screens application.
you can use Skinlite cream or optionally can apply Stronger Melalite cream and apply it only on the darker areas.
Do not worry about peeling, any cream will cause that but it would resolve.
I will be available for your follow up queries.

Answered: Mon, 24 Sep 2012
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