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Pigmentation Treatment, Acne treatment

Pigmentation refers to the coloring of a person's skin. A healthy person will have a normal skin color. However, in a person affected by illness or injury, the skin may change color, either becoming darker (hyperpigmentation) or lighter (hypopigmentation).

Hyperpigmentation and Skin

Hyperpigmentation in skin is mainly caused by a significant increase in melanin, the pigment responsible for skin color. Sometimes, certain conditions, such as pregnancy or Addison's disease may accelerate the production of melanin, resulting in hyperpigmentation. Exposure to sunlight is also a prominent cause of hyperpigmentation. Hyperpigmentation can also be caused due to the intake of various drugs such as antibiotics, antiarrhythmics, and antimalarial drugs.

Hyperpigmentation can occur in different forms such as Melasma, Liver spots, Freckles and Post- inflammatory hyperpigmentation. Melasma is generally caused by hormonal factors such as pregnancy, menopausal changes and consumption of birth control pills. The areas which are mostly affected by Melasma include cheeks, forehead and upper lip. Liver spots are usually caused by continued exposure to sunlight. People with light-complexioned skins are more susceptible to freckles. Post-inflammatory hyper pigmentation is caused by common skin problems such as acne, rashes and scratch marks or skin injury.

Ways of dealing with Hyperpigmentation

Here are some of the solutions for dealing with hyperpigmentation:

  • Use an effective sunscreen daily. This helps in preventing and reducing the formation of brown spots. Always apply the sunscreen 15 minutes before going outdoors. Wash and reapply the sunscreen every 2-3 hours.
  • Hyperpigmentation can also be treated by special skin treatments such as Diamond polishing, Beauty light oxygen therapy, Vitamin C serum oxyjetting and oxy clear face therapy.
  • Laser treatment is highly effective for hyperpigmentation such as melasma, freckles, lentigenes, sunspots and dark circles.

Patients with hyperpigmentation can also follow these tips:

  1. Drink at least 6-8 glasses of water daily. This helps in cleansing the body of toxins.
  2. Reduce the intake of tea/coffee
  3. Consume coconut water daily. This helps in nourishing the skin and prevents hyperpigmentation.
  4. Add lots of Vit.C and Vit.B complex supplements to your diet.