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Using lomela cream to increase fairness. Any side effects on stopping?

Dark skin. Using lomela cream to increase fairness. Will stopping its usage have side effects? hi Doctor...I used Lomela cream at night and sunban lotion during day time for clearing darkness from face and it is working perfectly.....but i am affraiding because my friend told me whenever I will stop using Lomela cream all the skin will affected by spots, as well as skin get spoil. Again i..
Asked On : Tue, 26 Feb 2013
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You are using a good combination of creams.
Dont worry it wont cause darkening on stopping the cream.
Actually lomela caused mild peeling of skin and make it lighter while sun ban protects the skin from effect of sun and further darkening.
Just remember that even when you stop lomela you must keep using sun ban. Stopping sun ban may cause darkening of skin.
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Answered: Tue, 26 Feb 2013
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