Benefits Of Using Corticosteroid Cream For Dark Spots?
, I want to ask r nI am a sufferer of black spots and I am currently using desolex cream 0.05 r nBut after I saw various references to the use of desolex cream, how come it doesn’t seem to be connected right, my complaint is what medicine can it be r nSorry before I checked with a doctor, but it’s not a skin specialist
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Black spots are skin disorders in the form of non-prominent spots on the face, arms, chest and neck that are formed due to an increase in skin coloration. These spots are a common condition of all ages and are painless and harmless.
Black spots can appear for many reasons, including:
Sun exposure Genetic factors or heredity. Advanced age Pregnancy Use of hormone-containing drugs such as birth control pills
Meanwhile, the creams you mentioned contain corticosteroids and are often used to treat skin diseases in the form of itching, sunburn, and other skin inflammation. It is true that this drug may not be the most appropriate drug to treat black spots on the face, but this condition can be understood partly because of the limited availability of drugs. That's why it's best for your cosmetic affairs to consult a skin specialist or a doctor at a beauty clinic. But if what you are experiencing is a skin disease that focuses not on beauty, then you may consult a general practitioner first.
By a dermatologist, the treatment you may receive includes a whitening cream containing hydroquinone, retinoid cream, laser therapy, peeling to remove damaged skin cells and cryosurgery, the procedure of removing black spots using low temperature nitrogen liquid.
Meanwhile, our advice is to avoid sun exposure by using sunscreen with SPF 30, and covering your face with a hat or umbrella. Hopefully answered your question.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa