Skin pigmentation and dark skin spots are some of the most common cosmetic skin problems. Many times skin pigmentation is very resistant to traditional treatments like creams, tablets, etc. Vibra Clinics offers the latest treatment modalities and procedures to solve this issue. So you just shine, while leaving all hassles on us.
Pigmentation and Spots: How they Developed?
There are many causes of skin pigmentation, including genetics, skin type, exposure to the sun, and diet. Genetics and skin type can often lead to darker or lighter skin tones. However, if you’re a parent, your child will inherit the same skin tone.
Sun exposure over long periods can cause pigmentation and dark spots. If you’re in the sunlight for an extended period, you need to use sunscreen that has an SPF of 30 or higher.
Common Pigmentation Concerns
- Melasma – it is a pigmentation disorder that causes dark brown or reddish patches on your face, mostly in a butterfly shape. Melasma can appear anywhere on the face but the forehead, cheeks & nose are the most common areas affected.
- Acne Spots – Acne or pimples leave marks on skin after they are cured. These acne spots are red in color initially but turn darker letter.
- Tanning – Tanning on face, specially on forehead, cheeks & nose is very common skin pigmentation causing cosmetic concerns. Tanning of skin is caused due to effects of sunlight on skin.
- Freckles – Freckles are small, flat brown or even darker spots on face, mostly seen in fair skin people. This condition can occur when the skin is exposed to excessive amounts of sun
SELF-CARE FOR SKIN PIGMENTATION
To achieve even skin tone, it is crucial to take a comprehensive approach to enhance skin health and reduce pigmentation. Start by adopting an unwavering skincare routine that includes using gentle cleansers, exfoliating regularly to remove dead skin cells, and religiously applying sunscreen with a high SPF.
Incorporate skincare products that contain vitamin C, niacinamide, and licorice extract, which are known for their brightening properties. Additionally, stay hydrated, maintain a balanced diet rich in antioxidants, and make significant lifestyle changes such as avoiding excessive sun exposure and managing stress.
Remember, consulting with a dermatologist/cosmetologist can provide personalized recommendations to address your skin pigmentation concerns effectively. So, take charge of your skin health today!
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