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im a male, and i hav a small area on my cheek which i think has lost its pigment as it is white and neither does it tan nor go red and i have tanned skin so it doesnt really blend with my skin and it is quite visible, is there any treatment or cream for this problem? thank you, gracias
 

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What you have is hypopigmentation. There isn't much that you can do to bring the pigment back. Did you have an injury that resulted in this or did it just happen. You can always go and have the area tatted in to match your skin tone.
 

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ok thanks, well i was given a bronze tanning tissue and unfortunately the brand of it was not very well known and therefore it was of bad quality, though it made my skin a little bornze i think it may of left an area of my skin where i applied it more white and has lost its pigment. I wanted to sue the company but it would of been too much trouble and im only looking for a treatment for this, do u no of any treatment? thanks MA
 

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ok thanks, well i was given a bronze tanning tissue and unfortunately the brand of it was not very well known and therefore it was of bad quality, though it made my skin a little bornze i think it may of left an area of my skin where i applied it more white and has lost its pigment. I wanted to sue the company but it would of been too much trouble and im only looking for a treatment for this, do u no of any treatment? thanks MA
sound like vitiligo
 

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I KNOW. but you see here noone is really helping? is there someone that can solve this? im not moaning coz i think about the people in LEDCs, but i need some advice....?!
 

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We can't dignose you on the computer darling, you need to see a dermatologist or an esthetician in your area. There isn't much you can do, sorry.
 

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After you go see the doc , send the bill to the company that made this tanning pad along with a threatening letter and maybe a note from the doc too. If it just happened with that one use I cannot believe that it would be permanent but then who knows.
I have the same thing on my forehead and it went away with age but I am sure you do not want to hear that. ANyway, mine was there from birth.
 

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We can't dignose you on the computer darling, you need to see a dermatologist or an esthetician in your area. There isn't much you can do, sorry.
Strongly recommended! Consult to a doctor or dermatologist, their scientific diagnoses can answer your problem accurately...
 
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