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How to reduce the melanin in your eyes

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What are the withdrawal symptoms of Melanin?

after taking 3 mg of melanin for years how to wean him off it with no withdrawals or side effects. ...

How is melanin pigmentation controlled ?

Hi, I am Afro Caribbean and my husband is White European. Our baby who is 6 weeks old has light brown skin and has developed a quite darker patch on his cheek. Is this likely to fade, stay the same, or could the rest of his colour deepen to match...

Can we remove melanin from hair cells?

Hi, I want to permanently remove all the melanin in all the hair cells on my head and face, Is this possible? If it is how do I do it? ...

Have dark hyper pigmentation on genital areas. Scared of getting intimate. Have overproduction of melanin. How to stop it?

embarrassed to show my doctor. i know that i have an overproduction of melanin , how can i stop this?, and why ...

Suggest permanent melanin reduction solutions

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Is there a healthy way to reduce melanin in eyes?

hi, i would like to know if there is any healthy way to reduce melanin in eyes? since eye clor depends on the amount of melanin in the iris, and i have noticed that sometimes my eye color changes from ...

How to reduce the secretion of melanin pigment?

How to reduce secretion of melanine pigment. Suggest some medicines. ...

How to reduce the melanin and lighten the skin?

pills to reduce the melanin and lighten my skin significantly from inside(inner layer)? ...

drugs for reducing melanin

drugs for reducing melanin in my skin please give me some drugs name ...

How to decrease melanin pigmentation ?

which medicine develope the skin from dark to bright? (i mean which one is suitable to decrease the malanin pigmentatin?)

Suggest treatment for lack of melanin in eyes

Hello doc!! My nephew suffers from lack melanin is what is the conclusion of a doctor. It is suggested by him that if an yellow tainted glass is worn he can protected from uv-rays from the sun. But my ...

Dark circles under eyes, hyper-pigmentation due to excess melanin production. Treatment options?

melanin production . I m wondering if there is any safe and natural way to reduce this production, any ...Hi, I am a 19 year old female with hereditary dark under eyes. I ve been reading a lot about ...

Suggest medicine to reduce melanin in skin

the only one sitting in dark room. i wish to reduce the melanin in my skin for that. I ve already used all ... an allopathic medicine to reduce the melanin in my skin. please reply as soon as possible ...

Can shoulder color be darkened by reducing Melanin?

what is the reason.i want to reduce my melanin. atleast i want to my shoulder it possible? weekly once i eat orance for reducing melanin. is that good idea am i doing it? Age:23 , name: deva ...

Which medication will reduce melanin levels and pigmentation?

and also umbrela but instead of that my skin get excessive dark.. I want to reduce my melanin level so can ...
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How do i reduce melanin from skin?
Hello. Thanks for writing to us. Melanin is a pigment and its synthesis is genetically determined. Laser skin lightening can help you. I hope this information has been both informative and helpful for you. Regards, Dr. Praveen Tayal . For future query, you can directly approach me through my profile URL
How safe is melanin surgery
Hydroquinone which is the drug used can cause kidney and liver issues as well as cause anemia. Overall the risk is low, but significant.
I was wondering if there is any way that I can reduce melanin in the eye possibly changing the extremely dark brown eye color to at least a green or blue.
Not possible. You can use cosmetic eye lenses.
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