Let’s tell you all about Acanthosis Nigricans
A lot of us have tried to hide our dark elbows or underarms or knees underneath our outfits. We have felt embarrassed about that dark, patchy neck and have tried to conceal it under makeup or wrap them under stylish scarves. But what if this can be treated and we can finally stop wearing outfits not of our choices to just hide’em?
Let’s first know what exactly are these dark patches.
Our body is like a natural litmus paper. It always shows signs in form of reaction to any change or issue. Well, this skin condition of dark, velvety patches is called Acanthosis Nigricans and it typically occurs in body folds and creases like the neck, armpit, underarms, nape, etc. It mostly occurs in people suffering from obesity, diabetes, PCOD, PCOS, and Hormonal disorders.
What should be your treatment approach?
Firstly, consult your doctor to know the underlying reason. It’s important to treat the cause to restore the skin. And secondly, consider a dermatologist-recommended topical treatment to clear the dark patches and hardness of the skin.
Introducing Fixderma Nigrifix cream, a customized formulation to treat hyperpigmentation associated with Acanthosis Nigricans. Enriched with the goodness of Retinol, Lactic Acid, tea tree oil, and urea, this cream reduces dark patches by gently exfoliating the skin without causing any irritation or dryness. When used twice every day, it delivers effective results within a month.
One thing to remember is that Nigrifix cream is not for your face. Do not apply it while stepping out in the sun. Also, use a sunblock outdoors to protect your skin.
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