Q. How can wrinkles and dark spots be removed from the neck?

Answered by
Dr. Rabia
and medically reviewed by iCliniq medical review team.
This is a premium question & answer published on Feb 22, 2019

Hi doctor,

I have these dark spots and wrinkles behind my neck. I am a little chubby but what should I do to remove them? It does not burn or anything. I have had KT for more than two years. Is there a way to remove the wrinkles and the dark spots?

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Hi,

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Kindly let me know your age. With increasing body weight there is an increase in pigmentation in body folds plus wrinkles as you are saying. Try to maintain your body weight in good and healthy limits. It will improve dark spots and wrinkles. For dark spots apply Vitamin C cream at one time and Retinoid cream at night time.


Treatment plan:

Adapalene gel applies at alternate nights on the neck area. Apply Vitamin C cream BD (morning and evening). Use sunblock of 60.

Preventive measures:

Protection from sunlight.


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