Hyper Pigmentation | Al-Shifa Future Hospital

Hyper Pigmentation

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Hyper Pigmentation

The colour of your skin, hair and eyes is determined by a pigment called melanin. This pigment is produced by pigment-cells called melanocytes. Healthy melanocytes will evenly distribute pigment throughout the skin, giving a smooth and even complexion. Unhealthy, inflamed or damaged melanocytes can either over-produce clumps of pigment leading to hyperpigmentation (dark spots), or stop producing pigment altogether leading to hypopigmentation (white spots).

Melanocytes are sensitive to their surrounding environment. Inflammation (e.g. acne, trauma, aggressive peels or lasers), hormones, sun exposure, medication and medical conditions can cause melanocytes to either over- or under-produce melanin pigment. The treatment of hyperpigmentation focuses on stabilising melanocyte activity to prevent the over-production of pigment and speeding up the shedding of existing pigmentation.

 We  offer a range of treatments for Hyperpigmentation (dark brown patches of skin) by an experienced cosmetic doctor. Hyperpigmentation is defined as excess pigmentation in a bodily part or tissue, including the skin.

Hyperpigmentation removal treatments target darkened areas of your skin, which may be a result of hormones, sun damage, injuries, your skin type, medications or acne. This includes melasma, sometimes called “the mask of pregnancy” which is marked by brown to gray-brown patches on the face that occur as a result of hormonal changes associated with pregnancy or run in family.  

At AL-Shifa Future Hospital, we ave many treatment option.Fotona is the best laser for this purpose.

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