Three Causes Of Black Spot On the Sole Of the Feet or Palms of the Hand and How To Get Rid Of Them

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Viral News Boy :- The dark spots on your feet and Palm hands do Occurs when that patch of skin produces or contains more melanin than the surrounding skin. Melanin is what gives your skin its color. The more melanin you have, the darker your skin. Freckles and dark spots mean those areas have more melanin. Dark spots are common among people of all skin tones. You can have dark spots on your legs or anywhere else on your body

 

Causes of the dark spots.

Nigra Infections.

Nigra is a very rare fungal infection. It causes brown or black patches to develop on the soles of the feet, the palms of the hand.

A type of yeast called Hortaea werneckii causes most tinea nigra infections. A person can get the infection when the yeast gets into their body, often through a small wound.

 

Symptoms.

Pattch on the foot or hand following an injury

A single round, linear, or irregularly shaped patch that grows slowly

Growing patches that either cause no symptoms or itch

Patches that resemble a growing mole or freckle

A slow growing brown patch on the torso

 

Melanoma

This is a type of skin cancer.In females, it ten develop on the feet leaving a dark spot.

Signs to watch out for include a mole that:s

Has an irregular shape or irregular border

Is multicolored

Itches or bleeds

Is larger than a quarter of an inch

Diabetes

Some people with diabetes develop a resistance to insulin. This can prevent the body from properly using the insulin produced by the pancreas.

As a result, excessive amounts of insulin can build up in the bloodstream. This can cause a dark spots around the feet.

 

Remedies for black spots.

Aloe vera

The active ingredient in aloe Vera has the potential to lighten skin. Aloe vera gels and lotions can provide relief from dry, sunburned skin. You can open the leaf of an aloe vera plant and apply the gel directly to your skin. Alternatively, you can buy lotions and gels that contain aloe.

Wash Your Hands

Wash your hands throughout the day to remove dirt and bacteria. If you have dry skin use a product formulated with ceramides or gentle moisturizer to lock in moisture and ensure that your skin doesn’t dry out. Steer clear of antibacterial soaps as they are drying and can throw off your skin’s natural barrier function.

 

Exfoliate

Use a gentle scrub to slough away dead skin cells on the surface of your hands — this will help fade the appearance of dark spots as new skin appears. Make sure you don’t irritate or damage your skin during this time, this should be like a gentle massage to awaken your skin, slough off dead cells. A super easy scrub to make that will have your hands feeling super soft and looking amazing is almond oil mixed with brown sugar. Mix them together and rub over your hands, then wash off with warm water.