Pigmentation

Pigmentation

Pigmentation is a condition in which body produces excessive melanin resulting in dark patches and uneven skin tone.

Causes of Pigmentation:

Hyperpigmentation is when the body produces too much of melanin – the pigment that is responsible for giving color to our skin, hair, and eyes. This can be a result of hormonal influences, skin injuries, genetic factors or sun exposure.

  • Excessive Exposure Sun
  • Damage From Injury
  • Changes in Hormones
  • Improper Hair Removal
  • Genes
  • Allergic Reactions

Treatment Options for Pigmentation

The type of treatment for pigmentation depends on the intensity of pigmentation.

Chemical Skin Peeling Treatment

Chemical peels refer to a chemical solution applied to the skin and is peeled off. This is used to improve the appearance of the skin. Some of the popular peels used for treatment are?

  • Salicylic Acid Peels
  • Trichloroacetic Acid (TCA) peels
  • Glycolic Acid Peels

Laser Treatment

Some of the pigmentation related conditions treated through Lasers include:

  • Melasma
  • Freckles
  • Hyperpigmentation & Hypopigmentation
  • Age Spots

Laser Toning / Q Switched Laser

It is a non-invasive procedure that is highly effective in treatment of pigmentation, especially melasma. It is a proven technique that repairs & rejuvenates the skin with zero downtime and is effective in treatment of both superficial and deeply pigmented patches.

How Does It Work?

Laser treatment aims at penetrating into the deeper layers of skin by fragmenting the pigmented region into small particles until the particles size becomes negligible and body naturally disposes of them.

How Many Sessions Are Needed?

Generally, dermatologists recommend 6-8 sessions.

What Kind Of Results Can You Expect?

Laser Toning shows results from the first sitting itself. Apart from treating pigmentation, it also improved skin tone and texture as well.

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