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Uneven skin tone, different colored back, butt, knee. What can be done to even out the skin tone?

I m an African American female and my skin tone is uneven all over my body. Back, butt, knees, stomach , etc are all a different color. I don t have a skin condition or anything. I suspect this came from me not bathing properly as a child. Is there anything I can do to get my skin tone all one color? I ve tried fading soaps, exfoliating, alpha hydroxy lotion, things like that. Is there something I can take internally that you recommend? Certain lotions, creams, anything? I was considering taking Pycnogenol pills combined with Glytone lotion and papaya soap.
Asked On : Fri, 7 Sep 2012
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Hi uneven skin tone .darker in few areas since birth is most common feature in tropical countries like can be made same by application of moistering creams containing honey like moiste or alograce should be used as change in colour is sometimes is only due to dryness of skin.
Ssupplementation of iron.folic acid and neurokind plus can cause uniform tone.take leafy vegetables and carrots for the same
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