Say Bye Bye to dark & patchy neck & back area!

by Alisha Sadnani on November 15, 2022

Is your neck darker than your face or the rest of your body? We know it can be really embarrassing! Let's get to know this issue in detail and what you can do to take care of it!

What is a dark neck?
A dark neck is a common skin problem in which your neck skin appears rough, dull, and darker compared to the rest of the body. It is a common misconception that dark skin around the neck is only caused by a lack of personal hygiene. However, countless other reasons might lead to velvety neck skin.


What are the common causes?
  • Acanthosis Nigricans.
  • Hyperpigmentation.
  • Sun exposure.
  • Skin infections.
What treatments can you consider?
  • Try topical skin care products.
  • Don’t miss your neck when putting on sunscreen.                       
  • Get into the habit of moisturizing your neck daily.
  • Consider laser lightning treatment.

  1. Topical skin care products: - Topical skincare products are essential for beautiful skin. The emphasis on improving skin quality and appearance always used to be the most prominent approach to skincare treatment. Topical skincare products are the first choice due to their price, convenience, and wide product range. The Bare Body Plus Neck Back cream is formulated by dermatologists with clinically tested and approved ingredients to help you nourish and even out the darker skin of your neck and back area. It provides the nourishment and hydration that the skin on your neck and back area needs and it also helps to reduce acne and dark spots. It contains Lactic Acid and Niacinamide, which help exfoliate your skin gently, whereas almond oil ensures complete nourishment.

  2. Don’t forget your neck: - Something that will help you in a long run is to never skip applying skincare products on your neck. Your cleanser, toner, serum, moisturizer & sunscreen. As much as your face needs love & care so does your neck.

  3. Laser lightening treatments: - This treatment works by reducing the number of melanin cells in your skin. Such methods are considered safe and successful to a certain extent. However, before undergoing laser treatment, discussing the pros and cons with an experienced dermatologist is strictly advised.


“Follow these tips and preventive measures to flaunt your beautiful neck with confidence every day.”