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How to Lighten Dark Skin Around the Neck

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How to Lighten Dark Skin Around the Neck

Tips and tricks to even out skin tone on your neck.

Patches of dark skin around your neck may make you feel like covering up — even in the warmer months. These patches can be caused by a number of conditions — hormonal imbalances, a skin condition called acanthosis nigricans (which literally means “dark thickening”), and eczema, among others. Finding the right solution for your particular case might require a trip to the doctor, or a little trial and error. There are also a few things you can try at home.

See a doctor for testing. Darkening around the neck — especially if it occurs along with darkening of the skin in the armpits — may be an indicator of an underlying hormonal imbalance, possibly diabetes. Treating any underlying condition will help the dark skin to fade.

Moisturize, moisturize, moisturize. If the darkening is caused by eczema or another skin irritation, moisturizing with a rich, fragrance-free cream or ointment will help calm your skin and soothe the rash. If your doctor has diagnosed eczema, apply a corticosteroid cream — such as over-the-counter cortisone — to the raw rash areas to speed healing.

Lighten up. You can find creams that are specifically made to lighten dark skin — the most effective contain hydroquinone, which blocks skin from producing more melanin, a dark pigment but it causes cancer but kojic acid and arbutin is the safest way to block melanin . To get faster results, use such a cream or lotion with an exfoliating skin cream containing kojic acid, arbutin.

Try a few natural healers. Vitamin E cream can be applied on the dark spots to help lighten the skin — massage it into the skin without rubbing it too vigorously. Aloe vera gel can also help lighten dark skin. Apply it twice a day to the darker areas.

Consider using a gentle scrub. Scrubbing dark areas too aggressively can cause the skin to get thicker and even darker. But a gentle exfoliant — for example, a scrub made of sugar and olive oil — can help gently remove the dark skin.

Whip up a home treatment. All-natural skin lighteners include lemon juice and yogurt. You can also whip up a mixture of almond oil, honey, milk, and lime juice — leave the mask on your skin for at least 20 minutes, then rinse it off.

Protect your skin. Dark spots are generally made worse by the sun, so apply a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of at least 15 to protect the dark skin on your neck from getting darker. You can use "Enjoy Sunscreen" or any other good brand.

To get immediate relief: Use Enjoy Fair Wash and Enjoy Whiter Skin lotion twice daily.

 

 

Treating Discolored Skin on Your Neck

Strategies for fading skin discolorations

Patches of darker skin around your neck may make you feel like wearing turtlenecks all year long. The dark areas may be the result of a hormonal imbalance, eczema, or even a skin condition called acanthosis nigricans, which causes the skin to darken and thicken. Here are a few treatments that can make the dark spots fade away.

See a doctor for testing. Dark rings around the neck — especially if they show up in combination with darkened skin in your armpits — could indicate a hormonal imbalance, or even diabetes. It’s worth going in to rule out these possibilities. If your doctor does diagnose a skin condition, the treatment will help fade the dark areas.

Make sure you stay moisturized. If the darkening is caused by eczema or another type of skin irritation, a rich, fragrance-free cream or ointment can help calm your skin and soothe the rash. If your doctor has diagnosed eczema, try applying an over-the-counter cortisone cream to the area.

Look for ways to lighten up. You can find special creams that are made to lighten dark spots — the most effective lightening creams contain hydroquinone, which helps to block the production of melanin. If you want to get even faster results, pair the lightening cream with an exfoliating skin cream containing kojic acid, arbutin.

Consider trying a few natural healers. Vitamin E cream or ointment can help lighten discolored areas — massage it in gently. Aloe vera gel may also be effective in lightening dark spots when applied twice a day.

Use a gentle scrub. Scrubbing the skin too aggressively can cause it to thicken and darken even more. Try a gentle exfoliant, like a scrub made of sugar and olive oil, to help gently fade the dark spots.

Mix up your own homemade treatment. Lemon juice and yogurt are two excellent all-natural skin lighteners. Or try blending a mask from almond oil, honey, milk, and lime juice. Leave it on the darkened areas for at least 20 minutes, then rinse it off. Even almond oil alone, massaged into the skin and allowed to soak in overnight, can help.

Protect your skin. The sun can make dark spots even darker, so apply a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of at least 15. You can use "Enjoy Sunscreen" or any other good brand.

To get immediate relief: Use Enjoy Fair Wash and Enjoy Whiter Skin lotion
twice daily. But just use at the dark areas only.

 

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