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Suggest a cream which will give me clear skin free from small black dots acne marks pimple marks dark patches and also dark circles.
My face is so black. So every body hates me. I want to get my face white. So I want to become white. Please help me? What to do.
I am suffering from itching in my scalp and sever dandruff and also black spots are over the scalp. I have taken medicine.
I have a black scars and pimples on my face I used various face wash and cream but still suffering from it, what should I do?
I have developed a black patch on both sides in my groin and some on the hips too. It is itchy sometimes. Can you please tell me what is it?
I am 36 year old female and suffer from annal fissure last 8 months. I am using lox jelly ointment and suffer also urine infection. Taking URIBID 100 mg 2 tablet daily for 2 weeks. Pls tell me what to do for annal fissure.
I have a problem in my anus ; when I go to toilet and poop it hurts me there is a pea size red pimple on my anus gate. Please provide me appropriate suggestion.
Hyperpigmentation and skin
Hyperpigmentation in skin is caused by an increase in melanin, the substance in the body that is responsible for color (pigment). Certain conditions, such as pregnancy or addison's disease (decreased function of the adrenal gland), may cause a greater production of melanin and hyperpigmentation. Exposure to sunlight is a major cause of hyperpigmentaion, and will darken already hyperpigmented areas.
Hypopigmentation and skin
Hypopigmentation in skin is the result of a reduction in melanin production. Examples of hypopigmentation include:
Vitiligo: vitiligo causes smooth, white patches on the skin. In some people, these patches can appear all over the body. It is an autoimmune disease in which the pigment-producing cells are damaged. There is no cure for vitiligo, but there are several treatments, including cosmetic cover-ups, corticosteroid creams, or ultraviolet light treatments.
Albinism: albinism is a rare inherited disorder caused by the absence of an enzyme that produces melanin. This results in a complete lack of pigmentation in skin, hair, and eyes albinos have an abnormal gene that restricts the body from producing melanin. There is no cure for albinism. People with albinism should use a sunscreen at all times because they are much more likely to get sun damage and skin cancer. This disorder can occur in any race, but is most common among whites. Pigmentation loss as a result of skin damage: if you've had a skin infection, blisters, burns, or other trauma to your skin, you may have a loss of pigmentation in the affected area. The good news with this type of pigment loss is that it's frequently not permanent, but it may take a long time to re-pigment. Homeopathic medicines can be used to cover the area, while the body regenerates the pigments For permanent results constitutional homeopathy is the best solution.