Black Spots On The Face And Neck

Illustration of Black Spots On The Face And Neck
Illustration: Black Spots On The Face And Neck

I want to ask doc when I was pregnant 8 months, my face grew the same black spots on my neck and now my child is 3 months old, but how come the spots on my face and neck are not black, why do you ask for an explanation and how to overcome it, thanks

Originally posted 2020-04-14 08:11:10.

1 Answer:

Hello aina

Thank you for asking

Indeed, not a few women experience black spots when they are pregnant. Complaints of black spots on this face during pregnancy are also called "Mask of Pregnancy". While in the medical world, it is calledelasma gravidarumatauchloasma. Actually this is common in pregnant women, approximately 50 percent of pregnant women experience symptoms of melasma. brownish black spots on the face during pregnancy can appear in various parts. Starting from the upper lip, nose, cheekbones, and forehead (especially the part of the face that is easily exposed to sunlight), not infrequently melasma is also found in parts exposed to sunlight, namely the neck and arms. This "Pregnancy Mask" is triggered by hormonal changes that occur during pregnancy, causing a temporary increase in the body's melanin products. Well, melanin itself is a natural substance that gives color to the hair, skin, and eyes. other than that it can also be triggered due to stress and due to sun exposure.

if the complaints that you experience have not been corrected you can do a number of things in the following ways:

using sunscreen can be selected SPF 15, or even better when choosing SPF 30. In addition, mothers can also use a hat to cover the face from the sun. Because the UV light can increase the appearance of black spots on the face.
use facial cleansers and non-irritating face creams
lemon juice: Regular use of lemon can help maintain skin health and thin the scars. What you need to know, not only external use, consuming lemon in a drink or other form can also help.
Madumurni is a way to get rid of anxiety that is easy to do. How to use it is also really easy. First, wash your face using warm water, then apply honey evenly to the entire surface of the face. Leave the honey for about 15 to 25 minutes until the honey dries. After that, rinse with clean water or cold water to shrink open pores due to warm water. Finally, dry your face using a towel in a gentle way. For maximum results, do this treatment regularly every day.
honey and egg whites are also quite effective in removing black spots. The trick, prepare pure honey and egg whites, then mix two tablespoons of honey and egg whites and stir until evenly distributed. first clean your face with warm water. Then apply both ingredients slowly and evenly to the face. For maximum results, do this treatment three to four times a week.

if you have done the above and there is no improvement you can consult a dermatologist to treat your melasma. by giving safe cream or by taking medical treatment. but you should postpone it for now because there is a pandemic yes mother. you can do the above for now. After skin color is back to normal, it doesn't hurt if you always use sunscreen to protect your skin from sun exposure, especially if you want to do outdoor activities during the day. That way, you don't have to worry about your skin turning dark because of the sun.

so the info I can give

hopefully can help the mother

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