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Sensitive skin with tiny white spots that get bigger with time, used Emoderm, wants permanent solution

My skin is very senstive & I m facing a skin problem from last 4 - 5 yrs. Problem starts with tiny white spot on face or arm and as time passes these spots also start to large its size. After sometime when I take medicine its start to disappear and if I dont take medicine in that case spots r also disappear (but take sometime). I observed I faced this problem mostly in summer. I want to know why I face this probem and what is the permanent solution. I dont feel itching or any kind of other issue with these white spots but it looks very bad. Last time doc suggest me EMODERM cream & definatly that help me alot. but I want permanent solution. pls suggest.
Asked On : Mon, 28 May 2012
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Welcome to Healthcaremagic.

I do not know you age , hence i could not be specific.

As most of the skin conditions occur due to influence of hormones.The hormones alter the sebaceous secretions and subsequently render the skin prone to damage by free radicals or sunlight.

The exact cause of the problem can be made out when the white spots you have are examined and correlated with your age and general physical condition.

Wish you good health.

Answered: Tue, 29 May 2012
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