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    Red blanchable spots on skin (hands and arms) that won't go away. Worried and self conscious.
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    BellatrixLestrange posted:
    I've had these spots for the longest I've remembered, ever since I was a kid but lately I've just become so self conscious even more than I already am about myself. It's hard to put makeup on your hands and arms to cover them since they're used so much. I even have a similar spot on my chest. I've done so much research and haven't found an answer as to what they could possibly be, be caused from or if there's any way to get rid of them. I just want my skin to be clear and normal if it's possible. I've attached a photo album with a couple photos with the spots marked to help as best as possible. The photos get bigger by clicking on the cogwheel in the top right corner by the x on the photo pop up. Thank you in advance. PHOTOS: http://imgur.com/a/tzdtP#0
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