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i'm 21 year old guy
and my skin is dry in nature.i'm having a black colour skin all around my waist
i'm 21 year old guy
and my skin is dry in nature.i'm having a black colour skin all around my waist and it itches . i tried the ring gard cream ,i got rid of itching but black colour is still there please suggest me some medicine........
Your skin rash could be severe eczema or some type of skin allergy. If it is eczema, shea butter or vitamin e will do the job with healing. I would consult a doctor for a better diagnosis.
You sound pretty freaked out by this.
I thought of something funny - You are not a black belt in karate or anything!! I know that was dumb it just made me laugh.
I am only guessing at what has caused it first. Is the band around your waste - Does it match the band of where your trousers may sit?
Because if you can work out what may be causing the irritation you will be half way there.
If it is around your belt area - Do you tuck your shirt in or leave it out. Just thinking whether it is something irritating your skin from the pants or something tucked in.
The colour may not impress you right now but don't do anything that may aggravate the already aggravated skin. Keep it well moisturised with a balm or salve or something.
The colour is not the problem right now - finding the source of the irritation is!!!! If you do not it may spread on you and that is definitely not going to make you happy hey.
Look forward to hearing that your problem is soon solved. Good luck. Don't panic just investigate it.
Seriously..do you still have this after four months? Are your fingernails brittle and crack easily? Do they have ridges? What does your tongue look like when you stick it out as far as you can and look in the mirror? I'm serious.
the best remedy to remove the black color around your skin is to get doctor's spirit and wipe the area daily at least once with it ,and then apply coconut oil mixed with camphor over it .
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