What to do for remove dark spot permanetly
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Dark Spot Removal
There are many options for dark spots which include topicals, peels, lasers, and other modalities. There are also many factors that go into choosing a specific treatment. Have a consultation with a Board Certified Dermatologist to determine what treatment will give you your desired and safest plan of action.
Removal of Dark Spots
In my office, I would suggest doing a combination of skin lightening, bleaching creams which contain hydroquinone along with a product like Retinol containing vitamin A. The other treatment option would be a Chemical Peel which can be used to improve the skin tone from sun spots and age spots. You should always wear a sun screen to prevent the spots from recurring. It’s best to schedule a consultation with a certified dermatologist to find out the best options for your skin. Best, Dr. Green
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Dark Spot Removal
Lightening creams like Hydroquinone can be used but depends on how many spots there are and what type. A photofacial or laser treatment may be needed to remove the spots first. Then consider hydroquinone for maintenance and a physical sunblock to protect your skin. It's better to schedule an in person consultation to find out the best options for your skin.
Lasers vs Peels vs Creams vs Diagnosis for spots
An assessment is the very first step.
All the best,
Dr Davin Lim
Laser, surgical and aesthetic dermatologist
Age spot removal
We recommend patient start with a prescription lightening cream (with hydroquinone, vitamin A and mild steroid) and apply it for 3 months. If there is still no improvement, then the next step involves chemical peels and/or IPL or other lasers.
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