Pigmentation is one of the widely seen problem that is increasing day by day and requires a skin program to remove it. Pigmentation typically defines as a skin disorder that directly affects your skin colour.
Reasons of Pigmentation
Pigmentation usually occurs due to uncontrolled melanin production. Melanin is responsible for your skin color produced due to special cells in your body. Due to damage or unhealthy condition of these cells will result in imbalanced melanin production. It will lead to extra lighten or darken skin tone that will appear on your skin. In severe cases it will not be seen as patches but will affect your whole skin. Two situations will occur in case of pigmentation;
- If your skin is getting darker then it might occur in case of pregnancy, or excessive sun exposure
Types of Pigmentation
Pigmentation will appear in the form of
- Solar lentigines
- Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation
- Sun spots and age spots
Treatment and Therapies
To find an effective solution for pigmentation you are first required to understand the causes behind this problem. Based on the cause of pigmentation, the treatment will be suggested. As per the latest research various treatment and therapies are available to treat pigmentation.
Chemical Peels Treatment
Chemical peels are the first option to treat pigmentation but it will only be considered after a thorough consultation session with your dermatologist. In this technique a chemical solution is applied on your skin that includes face, neck, and hands to improve your skin appearance and make it brighten and revived. Using this technique your skin will eventually peel off thus allowing a new regenerated skin to appear later on that is much smoother and also less wrinkled. Chemical peels may be of three types such as superficial or lunchtime peel (alpha-hydroxy or other mild acid), medium peel (Glycolic or trichloroacetic acid), and deep peel (Tricholoracetic acid or phenol).
Dermabrasion and Microdermabrasion Treatment
After chemical peels there comes the option of dermabrasion and microdermabrasion technique that is easy to work out and it doesn’t involve peeling off your skin. It treats the uppermost part but the effects are much deeper and long-lasting.
Laser Pigmentation Treatment
Laser pigmentation is the most advanced and effective method to treat all of your pigmentation issues with extreme safety. It includes no discomfort or side reaction in result. Laser pigment removal after treatment will take time but the results are entirely satisfying and long-lasting. Laser pigmentation treatment cost varies as per the severity of your pigmentation type and the equipment used to treat your pigmentation issues.
Pigmentation laser treatment before and after precautions usually last for few days but for some specific cosmetic procedures such as waxing, tweezing, chemical peels or bleaching require 3 – 4 weeks break. Despite of these specific precautions, only excessive sun exposure is avoided and you should use a sunscreen while going outdoors. Your skin resurfacing time will depend upon the type of laser used. In some gentler laser types, no downtime is involved and they are much safer option to go.
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