Please help. They say that is the complexion that they will be. Hello doctor. You can sign in to vote the answer. I am very desprate. babies are born light skinned then they get their pigment as they get older. There is no way to control or affect her skin color. I was fair when I was born, but now became darker. Why would you feel bad for her being dark isnt a bad thing if you ask me....... How do you think about the answers? Now, that may not be your exact situation, but it can affect a baby's complexion a bit. host Alex Trebek's widow thanks fans for support, What Trump's defeat means for global populism, Short lockdown could halt virus spike: Biden adviser, Blank ballots: 'I could not give my vote to either person'. Join Yahoo Answers and get 100 points today. Question: My baby's color changing he was very fair when he born but now i can see his face is little dark but hands are still fair Answer : Dear please do not worry it is absolutely normal. Now that's even, I use Palmer's Eventone Fade Milk. All the children in relation are fair. What is happening have you experienced this. Still have questions? He said it was totally not a big deal though. I love them no matter what they look like! My baby is 5 months old. well some babys do that is not unusual it is just when there skin color just gets a little darker with age as a baby but don't try to change it cause usually it is a beautiful color. My skin color keeps fluctuating based on water also. When I took my tan looking baby to the doc for her 9 month visit he told me she looked tan because the jar food I was giving her contained lots of beta carotene (orange and yellow veggies like carrots and yellow squash). So... Ahem... What if I ant breastfeed my future child when I'm of age to do so... ? First, are you feeding her canned food. I don't know if you have it there, but it helped even out my dark spots significantly. My son is fair, too. I would think on your skin, a fade milk (where you are, standard Fair and Lovely might work--it was suggested to me by a South Asian friend to do the initial evening out of the hyperpigmentation and worked wonderfully.) But it just had temporary effects. I see many in YouTube but I am afraid that it may damage the skin. Things are different where you are, that I understand. Once last week in being a newborn, bye bye to disposable diapers and hello Fruit Of The Loom Blue Stripe Cloth Diapers? I moved to this region from Europe and am still kind of getting used to that beauty concept. I am very desprate. It is inherited from you and her father. They're gone, but as a result, the surrounding skin is also much lighter. I'm naturally a light olive (half Native American,) but due to problems with a bad photosensitivity reaction, I've used what's known as a fade milk to blend in the darker spots from the scarring. Denzel Washington 'safe' after smoke call at home, 'Math doesn't care about' Trump fraud claims: Official, Jack Nicklaus won't talk Trump at Augusta National, 'Jeopardy!' Now that she is on table food she looks less tan. this may be her coloring that she is going to have for life. I feel very bad for my daughter and don't know what to do so that she becomes at least wheatish if not fair. Babies change skin tones several times before it becomes the complexion that they will be. My son is fair, too. Love her for who she is; I am sure that she is probably beautiful. She is what she is and that is BEAUTIFUL!!! I am blonde and my husband is dark haired and dark eyes, I love my kids no matter who they look like, they are a part of me and my partner. Please help. Whoever gave "Whatever" a thumbs down should not have because he/she is CORRECT. till 5 years of age i was extremely fair!but then as i started to go to school,i got really dark.and now i am pretty dark comparitively.some say that one regains the lost complexion in the later years of life.Is it true?What herbs,fruits,vegetables can i apply so that i get my earlier complexion back permanently.please help!any comments and suggestions welcome.thanks for the help! Get your answers by asking now. I'm in the US, so many people here would likely tell you to simply be proud of your complexion. It is really funny how a lot of western people strive to be tanned and think that white-white skin looks unhealthy and on the oposit so many people in the middle east and far east strive to have pale white skin. Your baby will be back to his own color by the time he is 2-3 months old. She was fair when she was born but has become darker now. My husband is fair and I am wheatish. Here are the facts. You can't change her complexion, it is genetic and comes from yours and your husbands DNA. It might be that she appears darker because you are giving her to many orange vegetables or fruit in her diet. please tell me about skin brightening treatments. My baby is 5 months old. The 2020 election wasn't 'stolen.' My husband is fair and I am wheatish. OMG she is your baby and you feel sorry for her?? My Family In Laws Doesn’t Like To Admit ? Is routine circumcision of infant boys worth it? How old were your baby/babies when they started walking? Babies generally have less color as newborns no matter what race they are. ... Having said that, I am sure your daughter will be a pretty girl with a beautiful complexion - no matter how light or dark -. Sometimes, do babies cry more as they get older? All the children in relation are fair. Be happy your daughter is happy and healthy, not struggling to survive like some other kids are. its just like ey color. If you want to tell what her complexion will be, check the top tip of her ears. As for caring that she is fair or not, let it go mamA. But can't change water. I feel very bad for my daughter and don't know what to do so that she becomes at least wheatish if not fair. Who cares if everyone else is the same and she is different. Few legal wins so far as Trump team hunts for proof of fraud. I tried kojic creams. She was fair when she was born but has become darker now. Promise me , that you will never ever apply any bleaching creams on her skin, because they can damage it.