I am an African American woman, 39 years old with a light complexion. I'm concerned because I have developed a light brown ring around both of my legs near the lower calf right above my ankles. I normally wear boots in the winter and I am certain this is what caused the problem. I'm wondering why it would cause this and will it ever go away? Is there any cream that I can use to help? it is noticible enough to see if I was to wear shorts or a skirt. Thanks for your help.
I am a Caucasian woman from Germany, 45 years old, and I have the exact same problem after wearing ankle boots for about 2 months this winter. Now that it's springtime and I'm ready to wear skirts and sheer pantyhose I'm dismayed to see that the discoloration just won't go away.
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