Question: Why are my knees turning black?

Dark knees happen when the skin on your knees is darker than other parts of your body. Its a form of hyperpigmentation, which can happen when the skin makes or has excess melanin. Melanin is the pigment that gives our skin color.

Why are my knees turning dark?

Dark knees are the result of more melanin in the knees than the rest of the body. Sun damage, friction, or wear and tear may cause this. Dark knees are not a medical risk and are not usually a cause for concern.

Is there any treatment for dark knees?

Natural Remedies for Dark Knees The most common are: Aloe vera. This plant has soothing and calming properties that help ease discomfort from irritation and sunburn. One study found that aloe vera may also help reduce the natural skin darkening that comes with sun exposure.

How do you treat dry knees?

The treatment plan will typically include a combination of the following:Weight loss. Exercise. Pain relievers and anti-inflammatory drugs. Injections of corticosteroids or hyaluronic acid into the knee. Alternative therapies. Using devices such as braces. Physical and occupational therapy. Surgery.14 Jun 2021

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