Treatment for hypopigmentaion of facial skin
When it comes to dark spot treatments , there are so many options out there that it can be hard to know where to start. What ingredients should you look for? And most importantly, which ones will get rid of dark spots for good? To answer these questions, SELF talked to several dermatologists to find out how they treat dark spots on the face.
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How to Treat Skin Hyperpigmentation Naturally
Hyperpigmentation: Treatment, types, and causes
Acne scarring. Sun damage. Inflammation lingering from an eczema flare-up. Hyperpigmentation , a broad term that refers to a skin condition in which the skin is discolored or darkened, can be brought on by many different factors. But, as it turns out, there's a type of hyperpigmentation that you may have never heard of until now. It's known as melasma, and it's a pigmentary condition that affects more than five million Americans , most of them being women. Much like general hyperpigmentation, melasma appears in the form of discoloration on the skin and is exacerbated by exposure to the sun.
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What to know about hyperpigmentation
Treating sun spots or other dark patches on your skin can be a real battle, find your new holy grail product in our roundup. This can happen to men and women at any stage of their lives. There are three main types of hyperpigmentation: sun spots, which are most common in fair skin and appear from overexposure to the sun, often increasing with age. Melasma, which looks like dark brown or grey patches and is common within Mediterranean, Hispanic, Middle Eastern, North African and Asian communities, and tends to spread during pregnancy or when taking hormonal contraceptives.
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