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Pigmentation Skin

April 8, 2012

Pigmentation can be of different forms. They are all due to the formation of pigments on the skin. The pigments can also be of different color, shapes and have different symptoms. In most cases, the pigmentation on the skin are due to excessive exposure of the skin to the sun. It can also be due [...]

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What Kind of Skin Pigmentation?

January 18, 2012

Skin pigmentation is a condition that affects people from different race and age. There are different treatments available that can be used to treat skin pigmentation.  The following are some of the skin pigmentation.   Age spots As you grow old, you are likely to develop age spots. Age spots are also referred to as [...]

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Herbal Remedies For Pigmentation

August 17, 2011

Pigmentation problems are skin coloring problems. These skin problems are very harmless and they are also easily treated. There are numerous herbal treatments for pigmentation problems. Treatment depends on the pigmentation problem you are suffering from. There are many types of skin disorders of this type. There are liver spots, melasma, age spots and freckles. [...]

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Brown spot- fading brown spots

August 17, 2010

Fading brown spots is the best alternative way of removing brown spots in some other ways. Fading mechanisms ensure that a gradual approach is taken by gradually removing the brown spots from the most affected area of the body to the least affected region. This will ensure that there is an even removal of brown [...]

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How To Get Rid Of Skin Blemishes

August 15, 2010

Skin blemishes are typical for some people due to a wide array of skin health factors. These factors include genetics, diet, stress, unfavorable weather, excess oil on the skin, clogged pores, aging and skin damage brought about by the harmful rays from the sun. These factors are the ones responsible for an early aging that [...]

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The Problems Of Chemical Face Peels

August 12, 2010

A chemical peel is a technique that is characterized by the use of mixture of chemicals that creates gel-like consistency. This kind of dermatological technique is for diminishing dead skin cells from the skin so that there will no longer be fine lines and blemishes, lightening of the dark spots of the skin, getting rid [...]

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How To Enjoy The Holidays And Simultaneously Thwart The Development Of Age Spots

August 9, 2010

Are you afraid of having those unsightly dark spots on your skin? Does imagining yourself in front of the mirror while using a concealer to cover up those age spots cause you distress? Are you anxious of spending no less than a thousand merely to remove those blemishes just in case you have them when [...]

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Choosing Sunscreen for Pigmented Skin

August 5, 2010

Sunlight is one of the major factors of having age spots or hyperpigmentation. This is in a way that extended exposure to the sun can aggravate the effects of age spots and pigmentation of the skin.   This happens when the skin absorbs too much ultraviolet rays. Vitamin D production is provoked by ultraviolet rays. [...]

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Skin Pigmentation – Types and Information

August 4, 2010

Melanin defends our skin from the sun’s harmful rays, and it also gives our skin pigment. The lesser the melanin, the brighter the skin will be. But when melanin is overproduced or underproduced, the skin will be tarnished. Skin pigmentation has different cause and effects. The most common types of skin pigmentation are mentioned below. [...]

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Seborrheic Keratosis

August 3, 2010

Seborrheic keratosis is the presence of noncancerous wart-like growths on the skin surface. Its popular names are barnacle, senile keratosis, seborrheic verruca, and senile warts. Keratinocyte is the beginning part of this benign growth on the surface of the skin. Aging is a factor that can contribute to the appearance of seborrheic keratosis. The clinical [...]

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