Angles and lighting matter. 😂 But it's always fun to see the difference -175 lbs has made on my face.
Anyways I wanted to ask a question: if you are currently overweight or obese, do you have darker skin in your creases and folds? I used to have darker skin on my neck, armpits, and etc. (When I was younger, I thought it was dirt. ♀️) Although I had the issue the majority of my life, it was only addressed once by my previous OBGYN after the birth of my daughter. She mentioned it could be an underlying symptom of PCOS. Although I didn't follow up with my DR, I found out that the darkened skin could also be a sign of Type 2 Diabetes. While I was never formally diagnosed with either, the issue with dark skin completely disappeared with my weight loss. .
I guess the point I'm making is be aware of your body. It might be subtle or it might be pronounced, but your body does have its ways of telling you that something is wrong. I went the majority of my life with this issue, never thinking it could be a sign of something more serious aside from just excess fat. So if something doesn't seem right, seek advice from a professional. Something as simple as losing weight and making a dietary lifestyle change can improve the issue, BUT it's always best to ask a doctor. Your health is important, so be proactive!
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