How To Get Rid Of Black Stains On The Shoulders?
Hello. My left shoulder has a large black spot since I was 4 years old and now I am 20 years old. The stains are getting more and more spread “towards the arms down. What kind of skin disease is that? What kind of fungus or what? What should I do? Thanks in advance.
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We understand the discomforts and worries you feel.
Eliminating moles by using colek soap and whiting has not been clinically proven to completely eliminate moles. Side effects on the skin and other body organs are also not known with certainty.
Blackened skin (hyperpigmentation) can occur due to various causes, including melanoma, melasma, ephelis / black spots on the skin, neurofibromatosis, fungal infections, post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation / infection to sun exposure.
Ideally, a direct examination is needed to find out more clearly the skin abnormalities you are experiencing. So that proper management is given according to the type of skin disorders found.
Various treatment options for hyperpigmented skin can use drug therapy with creams or moisturizers that contain vitamin C, vitamin E, retinol, hyaluronic acid and glycerin can help regenerate the skin layer and brighten the skin. Skin care measures such as lasers and chemical peels can also help improve skin brightness.
If the skin problem has been going on for a long time and is getting wider, conducting a consultation and examination to a dermatologist is a step that we recommend that you get the right treatment according to the condition you are feeling.
Some advice you can do to protect your skin is to use a moisturizer that contains sunscreen to protect it from direct sunburn, use skin care products that are suitable for your skin type, not try to try herbal / traditional treatments that have not been clinically proven related effectiveness, always wear comfortable clothes and protect the skin from the sun.
Thus the information we can convey, hopefully helps