Why is it these days that whenver I get a tan there are little white spots spoiling the smooth...
look my skin always used to have? Can I get rid of them?
I knew somebody with that problem before and he said it happened due to him getting bad sunburn in the past.
Maybe that's the prob?
Sometimes it is caused because of skin fungus. You can try off the shelf treatments such as Tinactin or Selsun but you should really consult a doctor before treating yourself.
Your skin is not tanning on those spots because the skin is not 100% healthy for any variety of reasons. Tanning is not a healthy thing to do. A light tan is OK but a dark tan is fried skin. You will have wrinkled skin as you get older as the price for a dark tan when younger.
Apparently these white spots are more common on people with oily skin.
I have a few of these on my legs. Mine are various scar areas. Cuts, nicks, early childhood accidents etc... Ooo. And two chicken pox scars!
by Spacey Gracey 7 years ago
I got the results from an MRI scan today and it showed white patches on my brain.I think that means either I get migraine (which I do), or have some hideous degenerative brain disease.I'm gonna ask Santa for migraine since I don't much fancy the sound of the other. A couple of years ago Mr Claus...
by julia valencia 8 years ago
how can u get rid of white spots on face (manchas)is it becuase of the sun
by ii3rittles 5 years ago
How many minutes a day is recommended for tanning/sunbathing?I'm doing one hour most days. I don't burn and I use coconut oil for sunblock/tanning oil.
by SummerSurf 7 years ago
Can pale skin be attractive or should I fake-tan-it?I've white skin that doesn't tan. Should I fake the tan or stay white and appreciate who I am?
by jdonzella 7 years ago
Noticed some white spots on eggs
by fyxer 8 years ago
when people bleach their skin to took lighter or get a tan to look darker is it really about...their skin? or is it more about an emptiness from within.
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