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Use depiwhite cream for face brown spots, now no improvement. Can work on computer applying cream in night?

Hi sir. I am using depiwhite cream to remove brown spots from my face and i am using this cream for many months. I saw a little improvement at the start when I started to use it. But not seeing any improvement now. I do night shift and work in front of computer. I want to know can I apply this cream on affected areas of my face for whole night and can work with computer. Is computer produces UV rays which can harm my skin or should I discontinue to use it as not seeing improvement. Please suggest me. Regards, Dinesh
Asked On : Wed, 10 Apr 2013
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Dear Dinesh
Yes you can apply the cream for the whole night.
Today's computer with lcd screen do not emit uv rays so u need not worry. If your skin is photo sensitive then we may consider offering some photoprotective measures.
If the current treatment is not helping much then a change of treatment regimen may help.
Chemicals peeling may be added to the current regimen.
The pigmentation you mentioned, has it been diagnosed as freckles /lentigenes or melasma? The prognosis of both are different.
Dr Amit
Answered: Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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