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Doctor insights on: How To Remove Dark Marks On Skin

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How is it possible to remove dark marks on skin caused by fungal infections ?

How is it possible to remove dark marks on skin caused by fungal infections ?

Wait: Usually these resolve with time, but it may take 6-12 months. If not, then a dermatologist can help with bleaching agents. ...Read more

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I was suffering from eczema, and during those time I scratched my skin so much that I now have a lot of dark marks on my skin. Can they be removed?

I was suffering from eczema, and during those time I scratched my skin so much that I now have a lot of dark marks on my skin. Can they be removed?

Can be improved: Most likely they can be improved, but it is hard to know exactly what will be the best solution. Possible treatments include some topical creams or perhaps an erbium laser treatment like fraxel. Unless the marks are very severe, surgical removal will not be a very good option. Seek out a knowledgeable dermatologist or plastic surgeon. ...Read more

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How to remove dark marks from eczema?

How to remove dark marks from eczema?

Infection?: If you notice emergence of dark raised spots when you have atopic dermatitis, these may well be from a staph infection- a common complication in atopic dermatitis. You should talk to your doctor to find out if an antibiotic may be needed. ...Read more

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Help please! could dark marks caused by razor bumps be removed?

Help please! could dark marks caused by razor bumps be removed?

Razor bumps: A steroid cream might be applied to decrease inflammation. Exfoliation may be recommended to remove dead skin cells with retinoids. ...Read more

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Acne dark marks and small bumps on skin .help needed?

Acne dark marks and small bumps on skin .help needed?

Prevent new marks: The key is preventing new lesions. You owe it to yourself, the people you work for, and those who care about you to manage your acne. If topical benzoyl peroxide has not cleared you in a few weeks, your physician can add spironolactone, the oral contraceptive pill, or an antibiotic. Time fades pigmented lesions; a depigmenting agent may help or may simply cause more of a mess. ...Read more