I'd really appreciate if anyone could help me with my skin condition.
My skin's getting darker and darker everyday since when i started doing swim and water polo. Now i have water polo practice from 10am to 1pm everyday and its super hot! Though i put on A LOT of sunscreen, it just doesnt work at all. But the strange thing is my face starts having lots of white patches, they are getting larger and clearly visible. I really dont know where they came from or what to do to get rid of them, i dont even want to look at my horrible face....i'm also scared of having skin cancer , but i cant avoid the practices...So is there anyone having the same situation as i am? or does anyone have any idea about those patches and how to avoid them?
Please help me!!!!! Thank u~~
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