Try looking for a product with Hydroquinone, it's one of the few ingredients proven to lighten skin discolorations. However, it's pretty controversial, so you may want to do some research on it/talk to your dermatologist.
Also, you must be diligent about using sunscreen everyday, to prevent further damage, or else you are wasting your time.
Thanks for the responses. I have hydroquionne but haven't used it much because I heard it causes cancer. Also, I'm not sure if it lightens all of your skin or just the spots? Does anyone know any good lactic and glycolic acid peels that can be done at home?
Would microdermabrasion work? I am gonna get microdermabrasion because I got a great deal on it. They don't do chemical peels at the place I'm going to, unfortunately. Hopefully the microderm will make my skin look better but somehow I think it won't really do anything.
I also got a home glycolic/lactic acid peel and it doesn't seem to help any.
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