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March 11, 2023
Skin pigmentation and hyperpigmentation are two conditions that affect many people, but they can be treated. Hyperpigmentation is caused by the over production of melanin, which is a chemical that gives skin it's pigment or colour. Skin pigmentation can be caused by aging, inflammation, injury, or due to genetics. Skin pigmentation is the darkening or lightening of skin colour, due to a concentration in the skin of melanin (a brownish pigment) caused by either genetics or sun exposure. The main cause of this discoloration is melanocytes producing more or less melanin than normal. Melanin plays a crucial role in protecting the skin against UV radiation from the sun, and too much can lead to freckling and an increased risk of malignant melanoma.
These two conditions can occur as a single condition or in combination. There are different treatments for skin pigmentation and hyperpigmentation depending on whether it has been caused by sun exposure, inflammation, injury, or genetics.
Pigmentation can be seen on the face, neck and other parts of the body as well. The treatment for this condition can vary from patient to patient and even dermatologist might prescribe different treatments to patients based on their skin type and requirements.
The first step is to identify which type of skin condition you have. A dermatologist will be able to help you figure out the type of pigmentation you have, which will then help in moving to the steps of treatment.
One of the most sought-after ways to treat pigmentation effectively is by using chemical peels. A chemical peel is a process that peels away the top layer of skin to reveal the brighter and new skin beneath it. VLCC offers a wide range of treatments for skin pigmentation including chemical peels done by professionals. Here are some of the most effective chemical peels by VLCC that can work wonders in treating pigmentation.
Cosmo Peel: A chemical peel that is comfortable with no downtime, Cosmo Peel is great for people dealing with sun damaged skin or pigmentation. It also works for people with acne scars, sagging skin and wrinkles.
Nomelan Peel: Having pigmentation on your skin is one thing and noticing the pigmentation levels increase is another. If you do have increasing pigmentation on your skin, the reason could be melanin deposit in the layers of your skin.Nomelan Peel at VLCC is great for any skin type and helps with various kinds of pigmentations.
Mandelic Peel: Derived from bitter almonds, Mandelic Peel at VLCC not just helps with treating pigmentation but also helps with various other skin issues like acen, melasma and wrinkles. It treats the skin issues while deeply nourishing your skin for a healthy glow.
While there are a variety of methods to treat pigmentation, meeting a skin expert at VLCC is a great way to start. Our experts will recommend the best treatmentsfor pigmentation that are customised for your skin type and will provide you a long-lasting solution.
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