Hyperpigmentation is the term for skin darkening brought on by excessive melanin production. The pigment melanin gives your hair, eyes, lips, and other body parts their colour. In the basal layer of the epidermis, the skin's outermost layer, melanocytes—a type of cell—naturally produce the pigment melanin. Hyperpigmentation happens when these cells are overactive and produce an excessive amount of melanin. Sun exposure, aging, genetics, hormones, medications, and even specific medical conditions can all contribute to skin pigmentation.
Hyperpigmentation is curable, and it can be avoided in the future. There are numerous treatments that can be used, such as topical creams, laser therapy, chemical peels, microdermabrasion, and others. These procedures might require several sessions to produce the desired effects, but they are worthwhile.
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What causes hyperpigmentation?
Hyperpigmentation is caused by a raise in melanin. Melanin is the natural pigment that gives our eyes, skin and hair their colour. There are many factors that can trigger an increase in melanin production, but the main ones are hormonal influences, sun exposure, skin injuries or inflammation and age.
Sun exposure is the primary cause of hyperpigmentation because it is sunlight that triggers melanin production in the first place. Melanin acts as your skin's sunscreen by protecting you from harmful UV rays, which is why people burn in the sun. But too much sun exposure can disrupt this process, causing hyperpigmentation.
Hormonal effects are the main cause of a type of hyperpigmentation called melasma. More common in women, it is thought to occur when the female hormones estragon and progesterone stimulate the production of melanin more than when the skin is exposed to the sun.
As the skin ages, the number of cells that produce melanin (called melanocytes) decreases, but those that remain increase in size and distribution and become more targeted. These medical changes explain the increase in pigment spots in people over the age of 40. You can read more about skin aging.
Skin injuries and inflammation
As the name suggests, post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation occurs as a result of physical injury or inflammation such as: cuts, burns, chemical exposure, acne, atopic dermatitis or psoriasis. The skin remains dark and cracked after the wound heals.
Disease and medication
Hyperpigmentation is also a symptom of some diseases such as some autoimmune and intestinal diseases, metabolic diseases and vitamin deficiency.
It can be triggered by certain drugs such as antibiotics, chemotherapy drugs, anti-malarial drugs, and antidepressants.
How to prevent or cure hyperpigmentation
Here are some ways to prevent and cure hyperpigmentation.
Wear a good sunblock
It's better to avoid such things instead of curing it. So if you wear a good sunscreen daily than you can easily avoid hyperpigmentation. Radiant Ultra Sunblock spf 60 Sebum Control is a tinted face sunblock with no chemical UV filters. Zinc Oxide and Titanium Dioxide provide mineral-based sun protection in an oil-free, lightweight and waterproof formula. This sunscreen provides protection against the sun's harmful UVA and UVB rays. For oil-free sun protection with just a tint, our lightly tinted UV Physical is a great choice. A chemical-free mineral sunscreen contains antioxidants to neutralize free radicals.
Vitamins that reduce melanin production are an effective way to improve skin tone and texture, thereby treating hyperpigmentation. When you use the right vitamins in the right amount, they work wonders in no time. Fast vitamin promotes skin cell growth and improves cell health. They stimulate the production of collagen in the skin, which improves the skin and reduces fine lines. It also helps to improve the skin.
Stop excessive and unnecessary medication
Different factors can contribute to pigmentation which may include the accumulation of melanin or the combination of certain factors. Histological findings are variable but may include findings in dermal macrophages. Diagnosing a patient with a chemical reaction can be difficult, because it is important to rule out other conditions that can lead to a skin diagnosis.
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Radiant Skin Cream
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In Pakistan people mostly suffer with the problem of hyperpigmentation. It's mainly because of our diet, sun exposure, unnecessary medication etc. But if we take some good cures than it heals in no time. Using Asraderm’s products must help you quickly in getting rid of hyperpigmentation and melasma.