Causes And Solutions To Treat Black Knees, Elbows And Buttocks?
good night r n r nI have black elbows, knees and a buttocks. the color is very contrasting with the other parts of the body. r n r n besides that on the right knee there are small spots that make the knee darker r n r nwhat should I do so that the color is even? Is there a quick procedure that can be done, such as a laser or an injection so that the black spots disappear and these little spots disappear? How much does it cost? r n r n * Small spots on the knees do not feel itchy or hot, just disturb the vision. r n r nthank you in advance
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The folds of the body, such as the elbows, knees and buttocks, generally tend to have a darker color than the rest of the body. This is more often triggered by repeated friction that triggers chronic inflammation and excessive melanin deposition in the area. Genetic factors, poor personal hygiene, excessive exposure to ultraviolet rays, and a history of inflammation in the skin can also aggravate this condition.
Although in general, this darker skin color is not a dangerous thing, if the differences that appear are very striking, of course this can reduce the sufferer's self-confidence. Therefore, appropriate handling is needed to overcome it.
You need to know beforehand, that under normal conditions, the skin needs to regenerate at least once every 28 days. Therefore, it is almost impossible if you expect your dark skin to become lighter in a short time.
We recommend that you consult directly with a dermatologist to find out the best management in dealing with your complaints. To help lighten dark skin, the doctor can give you several types of creams, medicines, or also recommend that you undergo certain medical measures, for example peels, lasers, light therapy, and so on. As for the range of costs required, you should also consult directly with the doctor, because this can vary greatly depending on the actions taken and the policies of each health facility.
In the meantime, you can also do the following efforts to make the skin of your elbows, knees and buttocks brighter:
Take a shower regularly 2 times a day Keep your body weight ideal Avoid wearing clothes or tight pants Use sunscreen when you are out in the sun If your skin feels itchy, don't scratch excessively. Fulfill your skin's nutritional needs from the inside, by drinking lots of drinking, eating vegetables and fruit, and don't stay up late too often
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah