I empathise with your skin problem, but dermatology is a visual field
& hence it is best you consult with a dermatologist
on the ground or if unable to, please upload a clear digital photograph of the region onto this web-site using the upload data icon to the right of your screen.
It appears off the cuff to be either a 'seborrheic dermatitis' type of problem or a 'pityriasis
versicolor' issue. Given the fact there is no itching, more likely the latter.
Please do use a topical 2% ketoconazole
cream twice/daily for 1-2 weeks. It should take care of the issue. Couple it with cetaphil
moisturizing lotion applied on wet skin daily & you should be fine!
Here's wishing you good health & a clear skin.
Do remember these are only guidelines..do go across & consult your dermatologist @ ground0!
Dr PraveenRodrigues MD
Dermatologist, Cosmetologist, Venereologist
Vikram Hospital, Bangalore