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natural white skin colour is "green" in the moustache?

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the problem is that i started shaving very young and with time my moustache skin started to get different and nowadays is very intense "green" and the rest of my beard is with my natural white skin colour, so it looks bad, looks im with moustache even if im not and makes me feel absolutely bad. i wished to know what can i do besides of makeup to have a normal colour skin in the moustache (i dont want to eliminate moustache beard at all, i just want to have a normal colour like the rest of my beard in the moustache) i wished to know if exists any kind of medical procedure i could do to work this out or something. i searched all internet and i canĀ“t see anyone with this kind of problem, and what worries me most is that im only 20 and i have this intense moustache beard, so im worried for my next 10, 20 years. i really appreciate help, i dont know what to do and i feel horrible. if you want, feel free to contact me through my email [email protected]

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replied December 8th, 2011
Skin Answer A29234
Welcome to ehealthforum,
It is difficult to comment on the exact cause and the probable treatment options for the symptoms/problem that you describe without examining you and going ahead with further investigations (if needed) to determine the underlying cause. You should consider visiting your doctor for further evaluation, and if needed, request a referral to a dermatologist for further evaluation and management. Treatment options (based on examination findings and investigation results) would be suggested to help you. You can also discuss about options of depigmentation treatment. You should remain in regular follow-up and monitoring of your treating doctor/dermatologist. Drink plenty of water.
Take care.

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