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Skin whitening, problem with dark spots

Posted by bmeg (My Page) on
Sat, Dec 28, 13 at 6:19

Hello! My name is Meg.

Has anyone heard about cream/medicament for pigmented spots? I need whitening product, because I feel embarrassed in front of my friends and co-workers.

Has anyone tried Lamelat cream?


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RE: Skin whitening, problem with dark spots

What type of stops are they. Are they what are called liver spots? If so it is free radical damage to the skin and can be corrected by selenium which will help the body to deal with free radicals by reactivating glutathione. For every spot on the hands you have hundreds in the liver and brain it is a good sign of free radical damage in the body.


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RE: Skin whitening, problem with dark spots

I think so. Where I can find medicaments? Could you develop the topic? So I don't have to worry? But I'd like to reduce or even eliminate the spots.


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RE: Skin whitening, problem with dark spots

There is no drug that will help. Life style changes like stop using oils stop frying foods and eating things that have an antioxidant content. Look for things that have a high ORAC score to clean up the free radical damage.


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RE: Skin whitening, problem with dark spots

Look at any place that has beauty products. There are dozens of products out there that will bleach pigment, spots or other. Some are fairly gentle and take longer to work than the harsher products that can damage your skin.

Some manufacturers are kind and list the products for "age related skin problems".


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RE: Skin whitening, problem with dark spots

Hello Meg,
Your daily diet should include more vegetables and fruits because they contain antioxidants that prevent melanin build up under the skin. Grapefruits, berries, kiwis, papaya etc. are good sources of antioxidants. Whitening cream with SPF (Sunscreen) should be used also to whiten the skin pigmentation.


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RE: Skin whitening, problem with dark spots

Meg, you should think about medicaments like Lamelat and changing diet, but at first maybe contact your specialist?


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RE: Skin whitening, problem with dark spots

Thanks for so many advices. I'm gonna visit more websites and surely meet my gp and maybe specialist/dermatologist. And of course i have to Look at any place that has beauty products, maybe someone choose me right product. Moreover, my diet is very poor right now. I need to bring in my life new habits... :)


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RE: Skin whitening, problem with dark spots

It is almost one month. How are you? Did you spoke with dermatologist? Any news? I hope you change your food habits and got back on feet.


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RE: Skin whitening, problem with dark spots

Hi Meg, you can use skin whitening cream to get rid of your dark spots and make your skin more lighter. you may get many skin lightener cream to improve the appearance of discolored skin and pigmented spots. Before that, I would tell to use some items available in your own kitchen that would really help you out to improve acne scarring, pigments and darkness's, if you done it correctly. You can also refer some tips and information suggested by beauty and skincare experts from Superdrugsaver to get smooth and whitey skin without any marks and spots. The information is also helpful to minimize the discoloration associated with acne scarring, age spots and sun damage.


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RE: Skin whitening, problem with dark spots

Hi Meg, That's is a good move. You need to change your poor diet into a well balance diet. Fruits and veggies make our skin more supple and healthy, Beauty comes from inside out. Relaxation and meditation are also good for skin. You can use ear candles. I tried this and it really has soothing effect. You can do this with your friend.


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