|Author: Raghav 07 Oct 2008||Member Level: Gold Points : 0|
|The article is useful.|
|Author: prabha 08 Nov 2008||Member Level: Gold Points : 2|
|hi the black color on the neck may be due to acanthosis nigricans this usually is associated with darkening of the skin in the flexures this may be seen in obese individuals , diabetics .hence check the sugar levels if it is acamnthosis nigricans it will respond well to a combination of retinoids and steroids you can consult a dermatologist for the same.|
|Author: syed 11 Jan 2009||Member Level: Diamond Points : 1|
|Does it worked for you sis,|
How to use the gingelly oil or the curd, please advice that also,
|Author: Harish Jharia 10 Apr 2009||Member Level: Gold Points : 2|
I have doubts about the treatment advised by you. Because I believe that, the darkened neck is a result of overexposure of that area to sun shine. The blackening of the neck might be a result of darkening of the melanin in the neck skin.
Application of “Gingili oil or last day curd” as you have written, is going to do nothing for removing dark color of the neck skin.
Neck skin is not different from the skin of other parts of our body. I think we should apply sunscreen lotion twice a day and essentially while venturing out in sun. It would be better to safeguard our skin against sun shin essentially. Wear clothes to protect it against sun.
10 April 2009