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Dark spots on legs, dry skin. Using atopic creams, no relief. Solution?

Helloo...i am really really frustrated with my legs. Firstly i have a skin problems since childhood. I ve got like dark spots all over my legs they really appeared horrible after shaving. and my skin is really dry looks like fish scales...arrrg..i have tried all kind of creams etc but nothing work.I am actually usung an atopic cream...i really need a solution..thanks!
Asked On : Mon, 8 Oct 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Hi ,

You may be suffering from atopic dermatitis,eczema or ichthyosis.

You should moisturize the skin with white soft paraffin 2-3 times.

Oat meal bath is a good option for above condition.

Please visit a good dermatologist for proper examination and treatment with prescription drugs.

Very effective and safe treatments are available to treat the skin conditions now.

Hope this helps.


Answered: Tue, 9 Oct 2012
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