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is it compulsory to have or get AC in our rooms or stay in AC to look or get fair skin and to become fair and stay fair? Does AC is important for to get fair skin and clear glowing healthy skin ? tell me please
I'm loosing my hair.. I used livon hairngain but did not stop hair falling. I feel my hair getting thin before then. My hair is silky & soft.
Sir, I have a problem of hairfall. I have tried my remedies but I do not get any improvement on my hairfall. Please give me some suitable remedies so that I can reduce it.
My father has not hair enough on his head, please Tell me is it right to massage a mixture of jojoba, sesame, organ and olive oil on his head for a proper growth of hair.
Hi Doctor's. I Am Pranav I Have Been Having Skin Infections For a Year Now. I Have Uses All Kinds of Creams.
I have an hair fall problem now a day's so much hair is falling so what should I do for my hair so that it does not fall.
Hello doctor After pregnancy my tummy is so black. Can you tell me what I can do for my black tummy .and stretch mask also?
Hello all. I'm 24. I'm suffering from sudden hair loss for past 2 months. I also noticed that I'm having dandruff too. What should I do now?
Does alopecia areata is reversible? It requires treatment? In how much percent of people regrowth is not seen?
7 to 8 year back I was face chickenpox but now alright but on my face I have some spot of that like small dig on face so please give the solution to remove that dig spot from face.
Within the human body, there are certain parts, which are more prone to stress and friction than others. All joints are susceptible to this, but even within the joints, the knees are even more of a stress point.
The skin on the knees, as well as the bones, the joint and the cartilage, are highly susceptible to wear and tear. Due to frequent rubbing and friction, the skin can be put under much stress and thus, may cause skin conditions as well.
One of the most common skin conditions that many face is the hardening and darkening of the knees.
This may happen due to,
- Continuous friction from clothing
- Playing sports out in the sun where the knees may be exposed
- Excessive keratin on the skin on the knees
- Resting on the knees for long periods of time
- Other physiological conditions that may result in skin pigmentation
There are some quick remedies that can be used to rectify or at least lessen the dark patches on the knees.
- Cleansing or exfoliating - Dead skin cells may build up in layers and cause the darkening of the knees and, thus, it is important to regularly exfoliate or scrub with a gentle soap. In mild cases, this alone can take care of the problems of dark knees.
- Using lemon juice - Applying lemon juice 2 times daily for a few days regularly will reduce the dark areas and lighten the skin.
- Moisturizing the skin - Applying a moisturizer regularly on the skin will keep it hydrated and also help in reducing dead skin cells piling up. This will prevent and also lessen the darkening of the skin on the knees.
However, home remedies or treatments may not be the solution in all cases as there may be underlying physical causes, which need to be treated at a deeper level. In such cases, it is prudent to seek dermatological treatment.