Our expert says:
Hi Juliana, thank you for the question.
My sincerest apologies for the long delay with my answer. Unfortunately,
we had a technical/IT glitch and certain questions were not appearing on my
side. This was recently sorted, and a number of questions have remained unanswered.
Your best option would e to stop the bleaching cream when
you feel the colour has evened out and use a good sunscreen SPF 30 or higher
that contains zinc oxide and/or titanium dioxide applied several times daily
irrespective of the weather. If the marks start coming back, then you may have
to use the bleaching cream again for a short period and repeat as necessary.
Please be careful with bleaching creams as they are often
not regulated and contain ingredients that can cause permanent damage to the
I hope the above has helped and my apologies once again for
Dr Alek Nikolic
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