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Doctor insights on: Is It Possible For Your General Skin Color To Change Over Time

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Is it possible for your general skin color to change over time?

Is it possible for your general skin color to change over time?

Yes: Medications can make you more sensitivevto sun and cause a darkening of skin color especially on face and exposed areas. Other areas can loose skin color over time as result of vitiligo, or exposure to chemcals. ...Read more

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Is it possible for your skin color to change with fairness creme?

Is it possible for your skin color to change with fairness creme?

Not permanently: If you're talking about lightening creams, their effects are temporary. ...Read more

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Can you give me suggestion: does eczema changes skin color?

Can you give me suggestion: does eczema changes skin color?

Eczema changes: Eczema may cause skin changes including thickening or discoloration. It may take up to a year for skin to become normal as new skin regenerates. Moisturizing may help this. However, skin discoloration may be persistent. Other secondary causes of skin discoloration with eczema may need to be looked at (infection or topical medications). Best to discuss with your dermatologist. ...Read more

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Hi, I am having naturally black skin, can I use benoquin (monobenzone) lightly to change skin color?

Hi, I am having naturally black skin, can I use benoquin (monobenzone) lightly to change skin color?

Yes: But that will be an enormous project for little or no satisfaction. Use your time & energy for something that will actually benefit you or someone else. ...Read more

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What causes my skin color change?

What causes my skin color change?

Depends: If you have had a previous burn or sun damage you may get skin color change. Most of the time the melanin in your skin is reacting to what injured it (radiation, sun , fire, etc). If your skin is blue it usually means you are not getting enough oxygen, if it is red you are possibly flush either due to heat or dehydration. Sun damage can also cause loss of color in spots on the limbs. ...Read more

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Does Paxil (paroxetine) change skin color to dark?

Does Paxil (paroxetine) change skin color to dark?

Not generally: In some cases, Paxil (paroxetine) can lead to photosensitivity and allergic skin rashes. The incidence of skin discoloration is less than .1%. ...Read more

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How can I change my dark skin color to lighter color?

How can I change my dark skin color to lighter color?

Few modalities: There are some topical medicines like hydroquinone and tretinoin, chemical peels and depigmenting agents. Lasers are also being employed, but only over a short area. Getting full body skin lightening is currently not possible. Rather than mess around with treatments at home - i'd probably go straight to a dermatologist and discuss options with them. ...Read more

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What does it mean if preggo woman's skin color changes?

What does it mean if preggo woman's skin color changes?

Normal.: In most cases, it means she's normal. During pregnancy a hormone called melanocyte stimulating hormone (msh) is produced in increased levels, which will often cause the skin to darken. (in some women, only moles darken.) after you deliver the baby, msh levels go back to normal, and over time your skin color will usually go back to normal as well. ...Read more

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Why does my skin color change when i get cold or nervous?

Skin color changes: Because both cold temperature & nervousness cause blood vessels just under the skin to constrict or dilate. Less blood flow causes skin to look more pale. More blood flow causes the skin to redden. ...Read more

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How can I get my skin color back ? It changed a lot a it's darker than before ! i can't apply sunscreen on it because my skin will be grayish & i'm 17

How can I get my skin color back ? It changed a lot a it's darker than before ! i can't apply sunscreen on it because my skin will be grayish & i'm 17

Can't answer: You are 17 years old and a minor, and unfortunately i cannot answer your question. Please have one of your parents submit the question - sorry. ...Read more