If you stop using Vanish (Rx Hyperpigmentation Cream), is there a chance that the dark spots will reappear?

While Vanish effectively inhibits the formation of excess pigmentation in new skin cells, it loses its preventive effect on future pigment production once you discontinue use. Consequently, there is a possibility of dark spots returning. It's important to note that factors such as birth control, hormones, and sun exposure can also contribute to the reappearance of melasma. Ask your provider about potential risks and benefits of continuing or discontinuing use. 

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