hyperpigmentation

Natural Removal Of Pigmentation

March 21, 2012

Natural Removal Of Pigmentation Many people are affected by the problem of uneven skin tone and most of them go in search of remedies. Most of the people that seek a remedy for this problem search for a solution due to uneven skin tone in the face. Attempts to remove excessive pigmentation usually ends unsuccessfully [...]

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Hyperpigmentation Treatment

March 14, 2012

Many things are responsible for the appearance of hyperpigmentation on your skin. This skin condition can be due to the excessive exposure of your skin to the sun. When the UV ray from the sun penetrates into the skin, it can cause damage to the melanocytes in the skin, which are the cells responsible for [...]

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What Does Skin Pigmentation Look Like?

February 1, 2012

What Does Skin Pigmentation Look Like? The color of human skin is determined by a component known as melanin. Melanocyte cells are responsible for the production of melanin in the process called melanogenesis. When the skin is exposed to too much sunlight, the body produces more melanin which if exposed to ultraviolet rays leads to [...]

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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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Treatments for Hyperpigmentation

December 14, 2011

Darkening of the skin is known as hyperpigmentation. The cause of hyperpigmentation is production of excessive melanin by the skin cell of human body. The disorder can appear in persons of all races, skin types and complexions. Many factors are involved in causing the hyperpigmentation in human body such as excessive sun light exposure, drug [...]

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Home Remedies For Pigmentation On Face

November 2, 2011

Pigmentation on the face is common to people who are exposed to excessive ultra violet rays.  It can be managed in every other part of the body, except the face.  This is because the face is exposed for everyone to see and it is really a serious issue especially for women.  Everyone loves to have [...]

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An Introduction To Skin Pigmentation Disorders

July 20, 2011

Simply put, skin pigmentation is the color of one’s skin. Skin cells called melanocytes produce melanin, which is the substance that gives skin its color, or pigmentation. The more melanin produced, the darker the skin. Conversely, lighter skin is the result of lower melanin production levels. Melanin also acts as barrier against UV light. Anomalies [...]

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Causes Of Skin Pigmentation Problems

June 23, 2011

Causes Of Skin Pigmentation Problems: The skin’s appearance is always an issue of concern for a majority of people. Evenly colored skin tones are widely considered to be good skin. Pigmentation, or skin coloring, depends on the level of melanin produced in one’s skin. Excessive production will cause dark patches (known as hyperpigmentation) while absence [...]

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Profactional Resurfacing For The Treatment Of Pigmentation

January 27, 2011

The use of profactional resurfacing for treating pigmentation involves a strategy which makes use of Sciton laser technolog  which produces ablative resurfacing and the short recovery time of the laser treatments. The use of profactional resurfacing techniques will help the medical personnel control better the depth and intensity of the laser treatment to achieve the [...]

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Forms Of Hyperpigmentation

December 31, 2010

Hyperpigmentation is a skin condition that presents itself in various forms and has many causes one of them being the sun, skin injuries or inflammation. It presents itself as patches of skin which are unusually darker than the surrounding skin. It is as a result of excess melanin, which is the skin color pigment, being [...]

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