how 2 cure freckles or melasmaplz help me and tell me if someone knows about the traetment of melasma.i hv brown patches on my nose upper lips and now on cheeks also.i take a lot of homeopath as well as as alopath medicine but useless.now i get disappointed.plz tell me if anybody knows any solution.bcaz of this now i stop meeting wid people and go outside.i m unmarried and now my mother is also taking tension as my face is going worse n worse so plzzzzzzzzzzzz help me.i ll b really thankful 2 the person who tell me something.thanx a lottttttttttttttt
tafshala on 2005-10-15
i think you need your constituional remedy, and for this i need your complete symptoms, visit
there is given a questionnaire,fill and submit it and you will get the prescription,and treatment.
♡ drsajid last decade
I have to tell you this after trying so many bleachers, micro dermabraision, etc., I found a product called Rosanse x18 gel. It is a miracle (with warning). It took off the melasma on my cheeks in 2 weeks. It works like a peel. However! it made the area whiter than the rest of my skin. When I stopped it, all the melasma came back, even darker that it was before. So I continued to use the product about 3 times a week to keep the condition suppressed.
Then, my mother suggested the current product I am using: Nadinola (brand) Skin Discoloraiton fade cream extra strength. You can find at walgreens/any drug store, really and it costs about $7. I have used it now for about 6 weeks. It works slowly but gently on your skin. It does not whiten the skin like the other proudct did, but it is slowly matching the rest of my skin. I really like this product so far, and once the more stubborn areas (which continue to fade) have reached the optimum color, I am planning to reduce it to 2-3 times a week and see how it goes. I hope this information will help all as I know what it is like to have the dirty look on your face, which you cannot rub off!
zuummaa last decade
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