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Have itchy freckles on body. Cause and cure?

Hi, I m olive skined and have a couple of freckles on my body that lately have become really ichy. I have looked it up on the net but have found know reason why this might be or what I could do to stop them iching. I can not use shower jells so I don t so that couldn t poserbly be the reason. I really would love to know why my freckles iche and what I could do to stop it. Thank you
Asked On : Thu, 7 Mar 2013
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generally freckles are non pruritus -no itching is there .
so there must be other factor for itching .
it may be due to dry skin or allergic one .
you need to apply good moisturizer and cleanser like cetaphil
avoid direct sun exposure and frequent washing
better to consult dermatologist
for itching you can take tab allegra .
i hope i answered your question
Answered: Fri, 8 Mar 2013
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