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Dark underarms and forehead. Suggested with depiwhite and eslight. are these safe?

My underarm and forhead are dark in colour?? Met 2 dermatologist they suggest depiwhite and other one eslight15.but I heard using it dangerous it may contain just forgot the name later on our skin can become dark?? Plz suggest me sumthing good doctor. using fairness cream also not working out .specialy please tel me how to remove my underarm dark skin.
Asked On : Mon, 1 Apr 2013
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the skin problem you have described is most probablt acanthosis nigricans...depiwhite and eslight are same(hydroquinone).....when this problem arises it means either youu have diabetes,polycystic ovarian syndrom (if u healthy fat)and myeloproleferative disease(least common).....these two are the most common if u treat the underlying disease only then thack black thingy will go away
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