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Ambi Skincare Fade Cream for Normal Skin | Dark Spot Remover for Face and Body | Treats Skin Blemishes & Discoloration | Pack of 2?

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25th Oct 2019

If none of the OTC (over the counter) products have been working for you, I think it’s best that you consult a dermatologist for a proper acne treatment. Perhaps he/she may have you start Spironolactone/Accutane or something to help the acne treatment, as well as birth control pills to complement the treatment.

As for the dark spots, it seems like you have Asian skin (based on your photos). Asians are more prone to getting dark spots (naturally) and that’s because Asians have more melanin than let’s say… Caucasian skin. Proper usage of sunscreen (i.e. sunscreen everyday, reapplying every 2 hours whether you’re indoors or out) is recommended. If you get more skin discoloration, I’d ask your dermatologist about that too. I know hyperpigmentation may also be genetic, so I’d also see if anyone in your family has the same issue. Hyperpigmentation/melasma can be cured with phototherapy or laser treatment, depending on what your dermatologist suggests.As an Asian myself, I recommend you to try using an ambi anti-fade cream on your dark spots as an OTC treatment. Use it with moisturizer as it does get drying.

Edit: I’m not sure if you’re confusing your moles with blotchy dark spots (hard to tell by pictures), but moles are basically harmless unless they look irregular in shape/size/color. Asians are also less likely to get skin cancer unless they’re exposed to radiation or fully exposed to the sun all the time w/o sunscreen on the daily basis.