Pigmentation Problems Treatment

Pigmentation Treatment

Skin pigmentation problems on your skin commonly vary from tanning, freckles, age spots (lentigines), melasma, pigmentary demarcation lines, acne marks to amyloids.

These are the treatments that can be done to treat your skin conditions that need attention:

1 . Chemical peels
2. Microdermabrasion
3. Q-Switch laser
4. Mesotherapy
5. Medical treatments

treating pigmentation problems can be challenging, there are many safe and effective treatments available at COSMOSURE that suit your needs.

With the advent of path breaking technological inventions in skin care on the horizon, pigmentation problems can now be addressed with all that it takes.

Typical treatments for skin pigmentation include:

Chemical peels

When topical therapy fails, superficial chemical peels containing salicylic acid and glycolic acid may be used in combination with topical therapies to enhance results and improve the skin’s appearance.

Medical treatments

Dark spots from early sun damage occurring in light-skinned individuals tend to be more superficial, affecting only the top layer of skin. Dermatologists commonly recommend hydroquinone, soy milk, cucumber, calcium, azelaic acid, kojic acid, or arbutin. Other topical treatments are Retin-A or alpha-hydroxy acids.

Daily sun protection with a sunscreen that provides broad-spectrum protection from UVA and UVB rays and has a Sun Protection Factor (SPF) of 30 or greater is essential in preventing further sun damage and resulting dark spots.

Q-switched lasers

Q-switched lasers also may be used alone or in combination with topical therapies to selectively target dark spots. Lasers should only be used by or under the direct supervision of a physician.