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Dark black spots on cheeks and chin, loss of original skin colour. Treatment for black spots?

i ve got some dark block spots on ma cheeks , chin and ma doc said dat i ve been used some scrub i was under treatment for 5 months still dat spots remains same .... wat ll b d correct reason for that ? and i was fair wit good skin but nw m skin has become hard and i lost ma original sin color ..... pls pls pls pls help me
Asked On : Sat, 23 Mar 2013
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The dark colored spots on the cheek are likely to be due to melasma- an excessive pigmentation in the area. Improper diet, excessive exposure to sun, hormonal changes do affect the pigmentation. You need to use a good sun screen over the area to reduce the pigmentation.
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Answered: Sat, 23 Mar 2013
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