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HYPERPIGMENTATION

Hyperpigmentation occurs when the skin produces an excess amount of the brown pigment, melanin, giving rise to unwanted brown spots, such as freckles, melasma, age spots or liver spots. These brown spots could arise from excessive sun (ultraviolet light) exposure, hormonal changes due to pregnancy or oral contraceptives and injury to the skin caused by acne, burns, etc.
Freckles, age spots, and other darkened skin patches can become darker or more pronounced when skin is exposed to the sun. This happens because melanin absorbs the energy of the sun’s harmful ultraviolet rays in order to protect he skin from overexposure. The usual result of this process is skin tanning, which tends to darken areas that are already hyperpigmented. Wearing a sunscreen is a must. The sunscreen must be “broad spectrum” (i.e. it blocks both UVA and UVB). A single day of excess sun can undo months of treatment.

Q: What Is Hyperpigmentation Removal?
A: Hyperpigmentation Removal treatments are used to eradicate darkened areas of the skin. The treatments vary from melanin blocking agents combined with topical medications to laser treatments. The treatments wholly depend upon your needs and skin type.

Q: What if I have hyperpigmentation? Do I have to live with these imperfections?
A: The answer is no! There are many different treatments to clarify pigmented skin.

Q: Which are your Options for Hyperpigmentation Removal?
A: The treatment with creams for pigmentation is based on regulating melanocytes activity to lighten unwanted discolorations, sun protection, and exfoliation to accelerate skin renewal. Dermaroller treatments, chemical peels, micro-dermabrasion, IPL or laser treatments are other effective treatments for pigmentation problems.