I AM 24 YR WITH BEARING A NORMAL SKIN TEXTURE AND JUST BEFORE YEAR I HAVE GOT MARRIED AFTER MARRIAGE I HAVE SUFFERING FROM SKIN DISCOLORATION AND LOST MY GLOW AND FAIRNESS AND ALSO HAVE SOME WRINKLES APPEAR ON MY FORE HEAD, THOUGH I HAVE LESS EX POSER TO SUN. PLZ ADVISE ME.... I AM WAITING FOR UR EARLY RESPONSE.
You should take good care of your skin .Apply sunscreen with a minimum spf of 30 atleast half an hour before going out in the sun. Scrub your face with a mild scrub after a few days. Hydroquinone usually reduces or removes hyperpigmentations very effectively. It is a bleaching agent. Also always use sunscreen/sunblock as dark areas on exposure to sunlight turn darker still. Get enough sleep and a balanced diet every day. It would be advisable to consult a skin specialist for your symptoms and a proper clinical examination before using any bleaching agents.
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