Dealing with Pigmentation
Hyperpigmentation – Treatment, And Causes
Hyperpigmentation is a common problem and not considered harmful. It is a type of skin problem in which specific area of skin becomes darker than rest of the skin. It is a condition when our skin produces excess melanin. Here in this article, we have mentioned some hyperpigmentation brown spots treatments essentials that we all should know.
What causes hyperpigmentation?
Hyperpigmentation can be caused due to a variety of factors such as:
- Sun damage
- Hormone changes
- Injuries to the skin
- Birthmarks and skin cancers can also cause dark patches of skin, though they are not acquired forms of hyperpigmentation.
It can even happen due to menopause. In that case, you should opt for natural menopause treatment. Vital Transfer from GERnéticUK is an amazing natural menopause treatment applied to the face and/or body. Two products for a comprehensive global treatment.VITAL TRANSFER BODY can be used alone on the body and / or in addition to its equivalent VITAL TRANSFER FACE on the face.
How to get rid of hyperpigmentation?
Though hyperpigmentation is not harmful, some people wish to get rid of it. There are various possible treatment methods and home remedies that people you can try.
- Serum Dépigmentant from GERnétic – with active ingredients to target hyper pigmentation spots. It slows down and prevents skin hyper pigmentation acting on the melanin and all the pigmentation processes thus reducing pigment spots and the the existing spots due to ageing
- Crème Éclaircissant – Has a whitening action on the complexion. its designed to lighten the complexion in general and acts on pigmentationirregularieites to restore the skin radiance of its youth. Used together with Sérum Dépigmentant has a wonderful effect on pigmentation
- Sunscreen – it prevents the rays that will darken the dark spots
- Vitamin C – can be used as a topical antioxidant
- Kojic acid – commonly used as a skin lightener
- Lasers – expensive, yet most impactful treatment to reduce dark spots
- Chemical peels – remove the upper layer of dead skin
- Microdermabrasion – exfoliating treatment for hyperpigmentation
If you want to treat hyperpigmentation, you should seek advice from a Gernatologist for the best possible treatments.