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The interesting aspect of this, is that most people think only women wear make up to camouflage skin irregularities on the face. But men are getting more savvy in using make up as well – more on this is another blog.
Let’s get back to pigments and pigmentation……
We all naturally have different amounts of melanin or pigment in our skin, which give us 6 different skin types, known as Fitzpatrick skin types I-VI.
can be too much or too little. What’s the difference?
Hypopigmentation occurs when you have areas, on your skin, that is less pigmented than your overall natural skin tone, like Vitiligo.
What is it?
Hyperpigmentation occurs when you have an overproduction of melanin or pigment in your melanocytes, in certain areas of your skin.
What is the cause?
There are several factors that can contribute to an increased production of melanin such as:
Uneven pigmentation can appear on any part of your body. But, people see your face. FIRST. That is how people recognise you.
Your pigmentation can appear as uneven patches on your upper lip, cheeks or forehead. You could have a combination of of these areas on your face. It’s that first impression that you would like to be comfortable with and that’s where we would like to help.
The best approach to treating pigmentation, is to have a combination of treatments, such as topical applications, prescription medication, chemical peels, light or laser therapy. These treatments, co-ordinated over time, between you and your clinician, can provide a long term improvement and solution to your pigmentation problem.
Interested in this treatment? Call us on +44 74 37377 244 or 028 7114 0021 and we can discuss your specific requirements and desired outcomes.