I have a mustache line on my upper lip!

I am 29 years old and m so unhappy with my skin since this year my skin use to be spotless and beautiful but months back I started to develop mustache line at above upper lip area. I use different product and also home remedies but of no use... am not married .. please help..:(

See the information here on products that can help with skin pigment problems.  But below are some special suggestions per your problem.

Dealing with issues on upper lip

  • No hormones except your own –  see your Gynecologist if you are on birth control and find another method with him/her.
  • Triple sunscreen every day the area
  • Your must wear a brimmed hat every time you’re outside until this fades
  • No scrubbing, rubbing, exfoliating or anything else that could even possibly irritate it
  • If you are using a hydroquinone based cream and are getting worse, remember some people get irritated by hydroquinones and it needs to be stopped. Talk to your doctor.
  • There is something called the Tindall effect when an HA filler is placed too superficially in the skin, it can cast a bluish light and make it look like a mustache. In this scenario, it needs to be removed and redone at the correct level in the skin.

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