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black neck

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • May 23, 2010
  • 08:59 PM

Im 18 years old and i have had this problem since i could remember. i am not obese or over weight ive been active my whole life with soccer and cross country. i have never tested positive for diabetes. yet i have dark skin around my neck between my breasts and between my legs and it looks like dirt or just dirty. I dont know what to do and it makes me depressed every time someone points it out because its that noticeable. i wish there was a way to fix this.

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  • Here is my share of simple tips:*Dry some orange peels. Once dried, powder them and mix it with curd. Apply it on the skin and wash it off with cold water, 15 minutes after the application. Every morning, soak some almonds in water. In the night grind them with milk. Apply this mixture on the skin in the night and let it stay throughout the night. Do this every night for at least 15 nights. Make a mixture of one tablespoon gram flour; two teaspoons of raw milk and two to three teaspoons of lime juice. Apply this mixture and leave it for 15 minutes and then wash it off with cold water. Repeat this everyday for at least a month. These remedies take a long time to be effective and need to be done on a daily basis. HTH :D
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  • Black neck you use a lemon water is a best that reduce your blackness on neck,always a after a bath you use cotton towel for a neck,also you do a facial and a massage or a cream that reduce your blackness of neck,try this things it help you.
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