Best Treatments For Skin Pigmentation

Have you recently noticed small discolorations and dark spots on your skin or an uneven tone? The issue of pigmentation is common and affects your skin significantly and appears in various forms, including freckles, melasma, sunspots, pimple marks, and many more. Find safe and effective scientifically-proven treatments recommended by top dermatologists for minimising different types of pigmentation issues right here to restore your spotless complexion and youthful radiance. *

Most pigmentation problems cause areas of skin that appear more dark than surrounding areas and make the skin tone unbalanced. The most commonly encountered kinds of skin pigmentation issues are *

Sometimes referred to as sunspots or liver spots, they occur mostly on areas that are exposed to sun, like the face, shoulders, chest, and arms. The spots appear in the form of brown, tan, or black areas on your skin as a result of the increased production of melanin locally due to age-related degeneration as well as the long-term damage caused by sun. *

Women are often afflicted with large and irregular patches of dark skin in pregnancy. They appear on the forehead or nose, the upper cheeks, the lips, and stomach. They last for a long time. They also increase in size when exposed to sunlight and are likely to return. It's also known for its adnexa Chloasma or the pregnancy mask. Sometimes, men can suffer from this type of pigmentation , too. These are tiny , light dark brown to black spots appearing around the face specifically around the cheeks, eyes and nose, especially in the middle to young age group. They can be inherited and can be aggravated by prolonged exposure to UV light in the absence of sunblock. * PIH is seen as patches of dark spots in the wake of an inflammatory skin issue such as acne , eczema and so on. The most common spots are on the neck and face however they can also appear in any body part. *

This kind of pigmentation is related in the form of dusty brown or greyish spots that can be seen all over the body, but are most noticeable on the back, arms and chest. The dark patches that have rippled patterns are because of the build-up of amyloid proteins or amyloid-like ones within the dermis. They are a typical skin issue among females in middle age. * Hyperpigmentation can occur in normal places like the neck, face and arms as a result of prolonged exposure to harmful sun rays. The damage to the skin caused by UV radiation could cause skin burns, or even skin cancer* This can cause massive and dispersed grey patches that are visible in areas of the body that are sun-exposed. This causes persistent and stubborn pigmentation, which occurs mostly on the neck and face of dark-skinned people. *

Clinically-Proven Treatments for Pigmentation Available at Barbie Skin Care:

  1. It is possible to treat and reduce pigmentation with the help of advanced scientifically-proven procedures that eliminate your skin's melanin build-up safely and effectively and lighten your skin tone. The treatments offered by Barbie Skin Care begin with consultation with a dermatologist who analyzes the area affected for nature, the depth, and the possible causes of the pigmentation. He or she customises the treatment plan according to needs and may recommend the following procedures for a single or combination treatment based on the diagnostic. *
  2. At Barbie Skin Care dermatologists prepare your skin prior to applying plant-based extracts that allow for the controlled removal of damaged layers also known as chemical peeling. Chemical peels can help reduce melanin buildup, minimise the formation of pigment and reveal healthier skin. The doctor might recommend different levels of chemical peels, and several sessions every about three or four weeks depending on the type of skin you have and the degree of pigmentation. There may be some exfoliation on the area treated after a couple of days the peeling procedure*
  3. This groundbreaking method, offered at Barbie Skin Care, is based on laser light to break down the excess melanin into smaller pieces that our immune system your skin ultimately eliminates to bring back your perfect appearance. It's ideal to treat both superficial and deep pigmented spots, such as the lines of pigmentary demarcation as well as sunspots, melasma and spots of acne on your face. It is also able to reduce macular amyloidosis, tan, post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation as well as Lichen planus pigmentosus, which helps to improve the tone of skin on different parts of the body. Q-switched NdYAG laser is the most popular choice among top dermatologists for this non-invasive and safe treatment of pigmentation. It's possible that you will require 6-8 sessions per month at intervals to restore the natural tone of your skin based on the severity and type of the pigmentation, as well as the area's size.