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Pigmentation

Skin pigmentation refers to coloring of the skin caused by either the excessive production or the under production of a pigment called melanin. While certain pigmentation disorders only affect patches of skin, others can adversely affect your whole body.

The commonly found skin disorders include hyperpigmentation (skin darkening) and hypopigmentation (skin lightening).

If your body makes an excessive amount of melanin, your skin gets darker. Pregnancy, Addison's disease, and exposure to sunlight are certain other factors that can make your skin darker. If your body makes very little melanin, then your skin gets lighter. Vitiligo is a condition that results in patches of light skin. Albinism is a genetic condition that severely affects a person's skin. A person affected with albinism may either have no color, lighter than normal skin color, or patchy missing skin color. Infections, blisters and burns can also lead to lighter skin.

There are different forms of Hyperpigmentation such as Melasma, Lentigenes or liver spots, Ephelides or freckles and Post- inflammatory hyperpigmentation. Melasma is generally related with hormonal factors such as pregnancy, menopausal changes and intake of birth control pills and commonly affects the cheeks, forehead and upper lip. Prolonged exposure to sunlight causes liver spots.

People with light-complexioned skins are more vulnerable to freckles. Post-inflammatory hyper pigmentation is often the result of common skin problems such as acne, rashes and scratch marks or skin injury.

Dealing with Hyperpigmentation

Consultation with a dermatologist will help in identifying the pigmentation condition with a visual examination and review of medical history. Use an effective sunscreen daily. This is important for preventing and reducing the formation of brown spots. Always apply the sunscreen 15 minutes prior to sun exposure. Wash and reapply the sunscreen every 2-3 hours.

Hyperpigmentation can also be treated using certain special skin treatments such as Diamond polishing, Beauty light oxygen therapy; Vit C serum oxyjetting and Oxy clear face therapy. To counter stubborn pigmentation such as melasma, freckles, lentigenes, sunspots and dark circles, laser treatment is highly effective. Medlite C6, Cosjet TR, Affirm Fractional Laser and Q Switched Nd lasers help a great deal in the treatment of all types of hyperpigmentation.