Types of Hyper-Pigmentation
or Chloasma: Skin coloration that appears as blotchy brown spots, often
covering cheeks, forehead, or temples. This type of hyper-pigmentation
can be hereditary, or triggered by hormonal changes such as pregnancy
or menopause. Taking birth control pills can also cause Melasma.
Age Spot of "Liver" Spots:
Smaller darkened patches usually on older adults who have been exposed
to the sun for many years. These spots can be seen on the face,
forearms and backs of hands. Post-Inflammatory Hyper-Pigmentation:This
type of hyper-pigmentation results from any inflammatory injury or
trauma to the skin. Some causes of post-inflammatory hyper-pigmentation: *Acne-particularly cysts or modules- often leaves dark discoloration after a bluish heals. *Poorly administered chemical peels or laser surgery can leave behind hyper-pigmentation. *Rashes look psoriasis and eczema often darken the skin as well. *Even seemingly innocuous things like waxing and electrolysis can cause the melanin cell to ever react.
Before Treatment: These are actual photo.
Left Cheek Right cheek
Note: With the help of ex foliation agents, the initial lightening effects of the skin can be seen within 2 weeks.
2 months treatment
4-6 months treatment
8-10 months treatment-
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