Pityriasis Versicolor (tinea versicolor) is a fungal skin infection caused by a type of yeast called Malassezia. When the environment it lives in gets warm and moist, it can grow out of control. It’s a common cause of skin rash in teens and young adults. It causes lots of round and oval-shaped patches on the skin, especially on the chest, back, and upper arms.
Pityriasis Versicolor usually clears up quickly with treatment. However, the skin patches may stay discolored for weeks or months.
This frequency video will help to relieve:
- Mildly itching.
- Patches of skin discoloration.
Welcome to listen to this frequency and share it with your friends and family.
We suggest listening to this at least 2-3 times a day to see a possible effect. And it depends on your needs and personal situation to choose the volume level. We recommend maintaining a moderate volume at a comfortable level to prevent any hearing injury. Make sure you have enough lemon water or pure water to flush the die-offs from your body.