Use A Cream To Treat Black Spots On The Face Without Black Spots?
At noon, so I bought a theraskin night cream from the pharmacy, my intention was to buy the one for whitening, but I was cheated instead of being given the one for black spots, while my face is clean and has no spots, so what if I use a cream for the face Broken while my face has no spots at the same time so it is probably safe or there are side effects, I am afraid that after leaving, I will even have black spots
Good evening, silent thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Black spots or ephelis are certain skin appearances in the form of flat spots that appear due to an increase in the skin color substance called melanin. This condition can arise due to sun exposure, heredity, and genetics.
Regarding your case, it really needs to be seen again what the main work of the cream is. Because indeed one of the treatments for black spots is to use a whitening cream or whitening. If it works not in the form of a whitening cream, then of course logically, you will not get any benefit from the dark spot cream because you don't have dark spots. In fact, because every cosmetic must have side effects and potential allergies, you may actually experience side effects.
Moreover, by saying that you were cheated, it is also possible that the item you received is fake and the contents are not the same as what is in the description of the packaging. So our advice, to avoid misunderstanding and harm to yourself, you should consult your skin doctor or beauty clinic by bringing the cosmetics you mean directly, and ask whether you can use the cream or not. Which if not, you should immediately buy the cream you expect there. Avoid buying and selling online with non-credible parties to avoid fraud. And in the meantime, don't use the cream that you have already bought, drink lots of water, eat fruits and vegetables, and regularly wash your face twice a day. So, hopefully it answers your question.