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    As a child, I suffered from exzema (neck, arm folds, leg folds mainly). Although, it is significantly better now, the regions where I was affected has a darker skin tone than the rest of my body. Is there any way to make the difference less prominent? I've heard bio-oil can be used to even out skin tone? Does it work? Any other suggestions also appreciated. + rep available.
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    My only comment is that Bio Oil doesn't do anything as I haven't noticed a difference when using it on my surgery scar (my scar actually faded after I stopped using it) :rolleyes: I think exfoliation is supposed to help though.
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    Bio OIL Worked/Works for me....... SO let's cancel that comment and make it "Bio oil doesn't do anything for me"
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    As a child, I suffered from exzema (neck, arm folds, leg folds mainly). Although, it is significantly better now, the regions where I was affected has a darker skin tone than the rest of my body. Is there any way to make the difference less prominent? I've heard bio-oil can be used to even out skin tone? Does it work? Any other suggestions also appreciated. + rep available.
    Get over it?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    As a child, I suffered from exzema (neck, arm folds, leg folds mainly). Although, it is significantly better now, the regions where I was affected has a darker skin tone than the rest of my body. Is there any way to make the difference less prominent? I've heard bio-oil can be used to even out skin tone? Does it work? Any other suggestions also appreciated. + rep available.
    Use 100% shea butter I had that its good for getting rid of them after a period of about six months, google and U tube it for more information as it is a natural product.
 
 
 
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