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How to remove black spots below eye? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 14-May-2014
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Very Good Posted in: Skin Hair and Nails
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Doctor:How can I help?
Doctor:Please go ahead with your query
User:I need some advice related with black marks below eye. It's for my wife..
Doctor:Can you describe in detail?
User:She have black spots below eye..
User:How can it be removed..
User:What is the reason for this black skin below eye..
Doctor:Below eye has think skin
Doctor:So it is sensitive for medicines
User:is it because of weekness?
Doctor:It seems to be melasma
User:What is melasma?
User:if any cosmetic cream can help, suggest me?
Doctor:Melasma is a type of hyperpigmentation
Doctor:The cause is still unknown
Doctor:Usually it happens during pregnancy
Doctor:There is some correlation with sun exposure as well
Doctor:Firstly we have to confirm the diagnosis with a dermatologist
Doctor:Sun protection should be used
User:she is saying it is from her early age..
User:before marriage..
Doctor:Is most commonly employed cream
Doctor:It is available in the name of melalite
Doctor:It should be taken under supervision of a dermatologist
Doctor:If it is bad it is difficult to cure
Doctor:Do you have any doubt here?
Doctor:Melalite should not be applied if stepping out in sun
Doctor:Do you have any question?
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