Cosmetic Treatments to Tackle Hyper Pigmentation

Hyper pigmentation of the skin although harmless is a commonly treated condition here at Solihull medical cosmetic clinic. The condition of hyper pigmentation can be recognised when patches of your skin start to become a darker shade when compared to the surrounding skin tone. This is caused by the skin producing more melanin which is the pigment that give skin colour and in affect creates patches of darker skin.

 

Types of Hyper Pigmentation

 

Hyper pigmentation includes several different types of contributing conditions which include:

 

Age spots

Melasma

Sunspots

Post inflamatory hyper pigmentation

 

All types of hyper pigmentation can frequently appear on a person’s hands, face, neck and all areas that regularly come in contact or are exposed to sunlight. Therefore, Dr Sagoo through his years of training and experience can offer a variety of professional cosmetic treatment to reduce and fight the effect of hyper pigmentation on the skin.

 

Hyper pigmentation includes several different types of contributing conditions which include:  •	Age spots  •	Melasma  •	Sunspots  •	Post inflammatory hyper pigmentation.  All types of hyper pigmentation can frequently appear on a person’s hands, face, neck and all areas that regularly come in contact or are exposed to sunlight. Therefore, Dr Sagoo through his years of training and experience can offer a variety of professional cosmetic treatment to reduce and fight the effect of hyper pigmentation on the skin.

 

 

Hyper Pigmentation Treatments

Limelight IPL Treatment – Exceptional skin rejuvenation treatment delivering a non-invasive light treatment. IPL unlike the fractional laser uses intense broadband light, delivering energy to both the superficial and deep layers of the skin. Therefore, smoothens the skin, fading the appearance of sunspots, melasma and hyper pigmentation.

 

Fractional Laser Resurfacing – A precision laser treatment targeting the treatment area with frequent laser pulses to remove hyper pigmentation. The fractional laser resurfacing treatment creates safe and controlled microinjuries in the skins epidermis to stimulate the skin’s natural healing process reducing the prominence of the skin’s discoloration.

 

Chemical Peels – Professional grade chemical peels use strong concentrates of glycolic acids penetrating the dermis of the skin removing the dead skin cells and stimulating growth of new skin cells. This smoothens the skin and makes skin firm gradually lighten up areas affected by hyper pigmentation.

 

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