Unlike the hands and feet, it is difficult to monitor the condition of the delicate zone and take good care of it, and when something happens to it, it can cause anxiety.
It is also difficult to talk to other people about it, and it is hard to know what kind of problems other people are having.
A surprisingly large number of women are concerned about dark spots in the delicate zone.
As with skin color, there are individual differences, but it is possible to be concerned even at the stage where the skin may be a little dark.
By carefully taking care of them, you may be able to reduce the number of times you have to worry about dark spots.
Why do they occur?
Dark spots on the delicate skin are caused by certain characteristics of the skin.
When the human skin is exposed to external stimuli such as ultraviolet rays and friction, melanocytes produce melanin pigment.
Melanin pigment has a barrier role, preventing the effects of UV rays from penetrating deep into the skin, so it is not all bad.
However, if the amount of melanin produced increases too much, it cannot be removed by turnover alone, and pigmentation will eventually occur.
This is the cause of the problem of dark spots in the delicate zone.
The delicate zone is prone to friction caused by rubbing against tight underwear or excessive washing.
This kind of irritation can also have a significant impact on melanin production, and even self-removal, which many women do, if done incorrectly, can cause
darkening of the delicate zones.
Even the slightest irritation can cause strong irritation to the thin skin of the area, even if it is an ordinary, casual act.
In order to prevent dark spots from occurring, it is important to review even the casual actions you normally take.
How should we take care of them?
If you do not take care of dark spots on the delicate skin in the right way, it may worsen the symptoms.
First of all, it is important to use soap specifically designed for the delicate zone.
Ordinary body soap or soap is too strong and may cause skin irritation.
The key is to choose a soap that is specially designed for this purpose and to be conscious of washing gently, being careful to avoid friction.
The next important step is to moisturize.
Moisturizing creams with ingredients that can be used on the delicate zone are available, so it is a good idea to choose one that contains whitening ingredients and moisturize well to prevent
dark spots from occurring and to prevent them from getting any worse.