Skin Pigmentation Treatment in Pune

skin pigmentation treatment in pune

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What are different types of Skin Pigmentation?

Epidermal (superficial), dermal (deep), and mixed.


Causes of Skin Pigmentation?
Hormonal Imbalance
Acne
Dry Skin
Aging process
Too much exposure to the sun
Skin trauma.

How to treat Skin Pigmentation
The mode of treatment used will be determined by the type of skin pigmentation, patient preference, and patient risk tolerance.
UV protection/sunscreen is paramount in the treatment of skin pigmentation.
Different treatments are used for different types of skin pigmentation and skin types.
For cleansing use a mild cleanser containing lightening and brightening agents, do not use cleansers that are harsh on the skin as they tend to dry the facial skin.
Use moisturisers containing glycolic acid with topical Vitamin C & E, and niacinamide containing creams.
Skin lightening agents or cosmeceuticals containing kojic acid, licorice, hydroquinone can also be used but only under supervision of the physician.
What are the treatments for skin pigmentations at Define Aesthetics?

At Define, we provide the best skin pigmentation treatment in pune

Chemical Peels - This involves application of a medicated gel solution that decreases new acne formation, oil gland activity and acne blemishes. It also helps in resurfacing acne scars. Chemical Peel requires neither actual peeling nor downtime, and is painless.

Nano-perfector - A relaxing PERFECTOR procedure lifts facial muscles, builds new tissue, increases elasticity of skin, reduces free radical damage, improves microcirculation and cellular oxygenation and detoxifies. It increases cells natural ability to repair and regenerate giving reduction in pigmentation, reduction in fine lines and wrinkles and dark circles.

What is Melasma?

It is an acquired patchy tan brown or blue-gray skin discoloration seen on the face and generally common among women in their reproductive years. Though also possible in males, it is seldom seen in them.

What are common sites for melasma?
Melasma typically appears on the forehead, upper cheeks, upper lip, forehead, and chin of women between 20-50 years of age.

What are causes of melasma?
While its exact cause is still unknown, some of the common triggers are -

A history of daily or intermittent and unprotected sun exposure.
External hormones like birth control pills, hormone replacement therapy, and internal hormonal changes during pregnancy. Melasma that occurs during pregnancy is called chloasma or “the mask of pregnancy�? and is caused due to an increase in hormone levels like estrogen, progesterone and a melanocyte stimulating hormone.
Family history
Anti-seizure medications
Certain products or treatments that cause an increase in melanin production.

How to treat melasma?
Use mild gentle cleansers that are not too harsh and do not erode the natural moisture of the skin.
Skin lightening creams can be used like hydroquinone, azelaic acid, glycolic acid, tretinoin creams, kojic acid, soy, arbutin and those containing licorice. But these should be used under strict guidance and as prescribed.
Skin lightening creams can be used like hydroquinone, azelaic acid, glycolic acid, tretinoin creams, kojic acid, soy, arbutin and those containing licorice. But these should be used under strict guidance and as prescribed.
Use of a good sunscreen with an SPF of 30+ with both UVA and UVB protection filters, is a must. Sunscreens containing physical blockers, such as zinc oxide and titanium dioxide, are recommended to block UV rays. The regular use of sun protection enhances Melasma treatments.

Treatments

Chemical peels
Nano Perfectors

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Acne scars and Acne
Skin Rejuvenation
Dark circles
Non surgical face lift
Double chin Reduction

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