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Golden Girl

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Dangers of Neoprosone Gel Forte

Neoprosone Gel Forte contains two forms of steroids:
1. Betamethasone
2. Neomycin Sulphate


Betamethasone and Neomycin Sulphate should be for medical use only prescribed by doctors and should be avoid to use as skin lighteners.

Betamethasone:
It is a strong and potent steroid
Common side effects include thin skin, steroid-induced acne (bumps), skin infections and striae (permanent linear stretch-marks scars) due to weakening of the skin's elastic tissues. Eventually steroids may enter the bloodstream to create major challenges, like increased blood sugar levels, high blood pressure, glaucoma and cataracts. ...the neoprosone is crap and not worth using

Neomycin Sulphate:
Can cause Neuromuscular blockage and respiratory paralysis have been reported following the oral use of neomycin.
-Other factors which increase the risk of toxicity are advanced age and dehydration (in other words steroids has the tendency of aging the skin with continuous use making you to look elderly with unattractive skin)
-Neomycin toxicity alters the antibiotic concentration in serum and tissue and causes dehydration.

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MAHARANI

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I did see on another board where a lady had used this particular product for a week and had atttained signifiacnt lightening that even she had to admit was too light. Fortuntaely she stopped using it.

I have seen people who have used these types of products and have literally destroyed their skin.

Golden Girl

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wow. What did you notice that looked different with their skin? I guess I'm pretty fortunate to have avoided this one, although I had ran into bio claire around the time I started. I dont understand why it is still on the market.

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MAHARANI

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I am not sure what steroid this particular lady used but when I saw her again, after seeeing her really light, her skin was significantly darker with very dark patches on each cheek. Her skin looked years older than her real age and it almost looked leathery and grey.

It was about this time, that I was using the old herbalinn and even though she did not know me very well, she felt she had to ask me what I was using. I know that she was desperately looking for a solution to her skin problem. The sad thing is, that I don't even think that herbalinn would have been able to correct the damage. I would have loved to have helped her.

Golden Girl

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that's sad. I wonder did she ever go see the dermatologist to help repair her skin? I saw that Neo mess at the beautty store the other day and I picked it up to lok at it. I was surprised that it is allowed to be sold at the beauty store, among other things.


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Tretinoin/Retin-A 0.05% (exfoliant)
All Day Chemist Hq 4% (lightener)
RX Suncare: Sport Sunblock SPF 50 (sunblock)
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MAHARANI

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I think some people are too embarrassed to go and see a derm after they encounter real problems. Obviously you have to admit to what you were using and why. I still think that trying to lighten beyond your natural complexion is frowned upon. I guess for some, if you already feel bad in yourself if it goes wrong, you don't need to hear someone else adding to it by telling you, you shouldn't have done it.


I have not seen that woman again, because I stoppped working at that particular office but I do hope she found her solution.

MAHARANI

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Actually on that note, I have to add that the amount of times I have seen online and on the tv, skin specialists condemming the use of lightening products and saying people should be happy in their skin drives me mad, especially when they are naturally light themselves. I understand when they are trying to advise people not to use dangerous products but to blast everything is not helping. It would be better and more helpful if they could come up with a viable safe solution IMO.

Golden Girl

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Yeah, I agree. I remember I was quite embarressed when my skin on my arms had turned bright red and then darkened to almost pitch black when I used to use Bio Claire. I was afraid it was going to stay that way forever, the only way I was able to remove it was with exfoliants and a different skin lightener. I did my best to hide it too...luckily I as able to remove the damage, but I did not know at that time that it wasnt because I have sensitive skin but because of the steroids in it.

Although it is quite embarrassing, I also agree that if dermatologists were more open-minded and not so condescending towards skin lightening, and offer more safer alternatives then people would not have to feel intimidated to see the derm and would begin to feel that they are understood. People wouldn't have to go to drastic unsafe measures to help achieve their goals.


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Neutrogena Acne Wash Pink Grapefruit Foaming Scrub (cleanser)
Tretinoin/Retin-A 0.05% (exfoliant)
All Day Chemist Hq 4% (lightener)
RX Suncare: Sport Sunblock SPF 50 (sunblock)
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