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Dr. Oz, why do African Americans get "white spots" as they age and what should we do to prevent them?

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asked Oct 5, 2013 in Aging by anonymous
   

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To obscure the white spots; a mix of topical or oral solutions and rehashed ultraviolet light medications can once in a while re-shade the white spots of vitiligo. The inconvenience is, ultraviolet light likewise obscures ordinary skin, consequently making the complexity much more self-evident. You might additionally have blanched the remaining dark skin; a drug holding monobenzone can blanch the typical pigmented skin. Beautifying agents may have likewise been utilized to conceal the spots; stains might be painstakingly connected to the included regions until the color copies the regular shade of the encompassing dim skin.
answered Oct 5, 2013 by amanda01 Inquisitive Expert (92,460 points)

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