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Old 03-06-2011, 06:41 AM
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Should I go to dermatologist for this?

I wear long sleeve shirts for a very long time, 5 years, and I used to drive so my left hand was sticking out a lot and I have a tan so dark compared to the rest of my arm and my other hand also has a tan, just not as dark as the left, but if I wear short sleeve shirts, you will automatically be able to tell that it doesn't look normal. I heard of the lemon technique, only tried it a few times and hasn't really done anything. Is it possible that this tan is going to remain permanently? Is there a safe way to get rid of it faster? I mean, I can probably do this lemon technique for a year and it won't do anything. I don't think I can wait that long, I can but I want to start wearing short sleeves again.

What would this dermatologist tell me to do? I don't want to try something risky.
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Old 03-06-2011, 05:30 PM
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a tan isnt permanent.

keep it covered and it will fade.
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