The term melasma refers to skin darkening caused by excessive melanin production. Your lips, hair, and other body parts are all colored by the pigment melanin. The cell type melanocytes naturally create the pigment melanin in the basal layer of the epidermis, the skin’s outermost layer. These cells become hyperactive and overproduce melanin, which results in hyperpigmentation. Skin pigmentation can be caused by a variety of factors, including ultraviolet radiation, aging, genetics, hormones, medications, and even particular medical conditions.
In the future, hyperpigmentation can be prevented and treated. Treatment options include topical creams, laser therapy, chemical peels, microdermabrasion, and others. In order to achieve the desired results, these procedures may need to be repeated several times, but they are still valuable.
It takes dedication, not a miracle, to have beautiful skin.
What brings melasma or hyperpigmentation
An increase in melanin leads to hyperpigmentation. Our eyes, skin, and hair are colored naturally by a pigment called melanin. Melanin production can be increased by a variety of factors, but the main ones are hormonal changes, sun exposure, skin damage or inflammation, and aging.
Getting too much sun
Since sunlight is what initially stimulates melanin production, sun exposure is the main contributor to hyperpigmentation. People burn in the sun because melanin acts as your skin’s sunscreen, shielding you from damaging UV rays. However, excessive sun exposure can halt this procedure and result in hyperpigmentation.
Melasma is a type of hyperpigmentation that is primarily brought on by hormonal changes. It is believed to happen more frequently in women because progesterone and estrogen, two female hormones, are thought to stimulate the production of melanin more than sun exposure does.
The number of melanin-producing cells, or melanocytes, declines with age, but those that do exist grow larger, are more widely dispersed, and are more focused. The rise in pigment spots in people over 40 can be attributed to these medical changes. Learn more about aging skin by reading.
Inflammation and wounds to the skin
Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation, as its name implies, develops after physical trauma or inflammation, such as cuts, burns, chemical exposure, acne, atopic dermatitis, or psoriasis. The skin is still dark and cracked even after the wound has healed.
Illness and medication
In addition, some autoimmune and intestinal disorders, metabolic disorders, and vitamin deficiencies all show symptoms of hyperpigmentation.
Certain medications, including antibiotics, chemotherapeutic agents, anti-malarial agents, and antidepressants, have the ability to cause it.
Here are some techniques for treating and preventing hyperpigmentation
Put on a good sunblock
Instead of treating such issues, it is preferable to prevent them. Therefore, hyperpigmentation is easily avoidable if you wear a good sunscreen every day. A tinted face sunblock without chemical UV filters is Radiant Ultra Sunblock spf 60 Sebum Control. Mineral-based sun protection in an oil-free, lightweight, and waterproof formulation is provided by zinc oxide and titanium dioxide. This sunscreen shields users from the sun’s dangerous UVA and UVB rays. Our barely tinted UV Physical is a great option if you want oil-free sun protection with just a tint. To combat free radicals, antioxidants are present in chemical-free mineral sunscreen.
Take your multi vitamins
Vitamins that lessen melanin production can effectively treat hyperpigmentation by enhancing skin tone and texture. The right vitamins, used in the right quantities, quickly produce amazing results. Fast vitamins enhance cell health and encourage skin cell growth. They encourage the skin’s collagen production, which improves the skin and lessens fine lines. Additionally, it benefits skin quality.
Don’t take overdose of medications
The buildup of melanin or the interaction of various factors are just a few of the many causes of pigmentation. Dermal macrophages may be found among the various histological findings. Being careful to rule out other conditions that could cause a skin diagnosis makes it challenging to diagnose a patient with a chemical reaction.
Radiant Skin Cream
For fair, flawless, and glowing skin with flawless skin, Radiant Skin Cream is our best whitening product. You look like a gorgeous diva because it gets rid of pigmentation and dark spots. Our face develops dark spots, blemishes, and discoloration as a result of exposure to pollution, dirt, dust, and sunlight. Your skin will be intensely moisturized and protected from the sun thanks to the Alpha Arbutin and Liquorice ingredients in our Radiant Skin. Your skin is changed from being dark, dull, and drab into being shiny, bright, and gorgeous to look at. Within a few days of use, this cream lightens the complexion, lightens pigmentation, and lightens the complexion. With no white cast, Radiant Skin Cream blends like a cream and is non-sticky and lightweight. It can be used as a day cream and is appropriate for all skin types.
Gluvit S Oral liquid
Make your complexion fair and get clean and smooth skin with Gluvit S Oral liquid. Its helps in clearing acne and blemishes. It reduces wrinkles and fine lines along with other signs of ageing. It repairs damaged skin barrier and heals skin with time. And most importantly it helps in maintaining women’s hormone system. It treats melasma and makes skin flawless.
The problem of hyperpigmentation affects people in Pakistan the most. It’s primarily due to our diet, exposure to the sun, unnecessary medication, etc. But if we apply some effective treatments, it recovers quickly. You should be able to quickly eliminate melasma and hyperpigmentation by using Asraderm’s products.