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DARK SPOTS ON DARK SKIN

The best ways to get rid 

of dark spots on black skin

People with black skin can be prone to dark spots, which may appear on the face or other parts of the body. These areas of hyper-pigmentation occur as the result of sun exposure or, more commonly, develop on a previously inflamed area of the skin.

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CAUSES:
There are many factors that can trigger excessive melanin production, such as sun exposure and hormonal changes. These dark spot also occur as a result of inflammation or trauma to the skin such as:

*acne
*bug bites
*burns
*cuts
*skin conditions

HOW TO GET RID OF DARK SPOTS

Everyone may require a different treatment dependent on your skin type and the amount of  discoloration.  These spots are not usually harmful, so treatment may not be necessary unless you are really bothered by it.

*Remove the cause
Maybe a skincare products or medications is the cause.  Stopping their use with prevent new spots.  These spots could  take 6-12 months to fade.

*Treat Underlying Medical Condition
Proper management of existing skin condition, such as acne or psoriasis is likely to stop new spots from appearing.

*Sunscreen
The UV rays are responsible for most dark spots.  These rays trigger melanin production causing the darkening of the skin.
It is recommended that everyone should wear sunscreen with a SPF of at least 30, protects your skin for UVA and UVB rays and is water resistant

NATURAL REMEDIES

It is a common belief  that these natural remedies are effective for reducing spots of black skin. 

*aloe vera *soy milk
*green tea *tea tree oil
*lemon juice *turmeric



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