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Heloo

I have some dark (not black, just dark, compared to the ordinary brown color of my skin), on my buttocks and lower back above the buttocks. I didnt notice their existence when I was young, but I started to pay attention to them since like 5 years now. now I am 23 going to get married next summer, and I want them off. some one told me they are caused by sweat .. maybe it was indeed a sweat that wasnt cleaned off in the right time, and it left those marks..

I give good care to my cleanness, and I tried to clean them with normal and moisturizing soap with hot water and a hard sponge, but it didnt help.

There are no pimples, no pain, no rough skin, or special sensation.. just like the other parts of the skin, but darker.

What can they be and how can I remove them ?

EDIT : I have just found some photos of people having the same thing (it seems it is wide spread ). U can see those semi horizontal or diagonal dark patches or lines or whatever, on the buttocks of the people in these photos. Please get your eyes little closer to the screen to notice them :

The lower back of this lady

http://www.locateadoc.com/pictures/buttocks-augmentation-butt-implants-16156after1.jpg

on the buttocks of this

http://www.locateadoc.com/pictures/buttocks-augmentation-butt-implants-17159before1.jpg

on the buttocks of this

http://www.locateadoc.com/pictures/buttocks-augmentation-butt-implants-13608before1.jpg

http://www.locateadoc.com/pictures/buttocks-augmentation-butt-implants-13608after1.jpg

THANX FOR YOUR TIME TO READ AND HOPEFULLY TO REPLY !


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looks like stretch marks to me
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100% sure those photos are of stretch marks. I would say 99% of the population has them. There is no way to get rid of them, although they do fade with time.
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I have the same - turns out to be a fungal infection (eg. from sweating alot and not drying off immediately), and the spots spread because they haven't been treated - careful, they can disappearbut still not be completely gone. My doc gave me a cream to rub on 3x daily for 4 weeks, called Hydrozole for the first week and Clotrimazole for the next 3.

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