Skin pigmentation and cure 1—2
There are various other unknown causes due to which age spots, liver spots, freckles and patches may appear on the skin whether it is sun protected or not. Some of them may not be curable for lifetime and beware cancerous in nature.
There are no short cuts to cure pigmentation. The affected person may need to take precautions, avoid trigger points, and take facial skin care through right kind of skin products and also medication. He or she may be required to consult both a good dermatologist and a beauty therapist.
It is required to look for some internal health issues which led to skin pigmentation. In some cases, the pigmentation problem may subside over a period of time. For example in Chloasma, after pregnancy it is likely that the patches or spot may lighten or disappear as hormones get settled down. Moreover, avoidance of excessive sun exposure also helps in limiting the pigmentation. This skin problem has eclipsed the beauty of many women and left them searching for its cure. Before proceeding towards the solutions for skin pigmentation we will look for possible causes which lead to pigmentation. The causes and gravity of the problem shall then determine the course of action to cure pigmentation problem.
The condition in which there is excessive or inadequate production of melanin and due to which skin appears patchy, uneven, discolored or spotted is called skin pigmentation. Melanin is that part of skin which provides color to the skin surface. The high production of melanin gives dark or brown color while less production gives fair color to the skin. Due to various reasons, the balanced production of this melanin is hampered and therefore the result is skin pigmentation.
The site covers as many causes as possible for this skin condition here below:
1. Melasma: As discussed in one of our pages, melasma results in brown patches due to consumption of some drugs or birth control pills. Hormonal imbalances, cosmetics, menopause and over sun exposure also cause melasma and results in this type of skin problem.
2. Chloasma: Chloasma or pregnancy mask is fallout of melasma. It is the condition in which skin around the nose, cheeks and forehead gets pigmented during the pregnancy period. Here dark patches or dark spots appear on the face and usually fade post pregnancy.
3. Vitiligo: It is a case of hypo pigmentation wherein there is loss of melanin production in the skin cells. It happens in people with darker skin and results in white patches of skin. This problem has been linked to the disorder which affects adrenal glands.
4. Acne: Acne also results in pigmentation due to which there are discolored spots or patches.
5. Dermatitis: Dermatitis may cause skin itching, redness and also skin pigmentation. It is a common problem among dark skinned people.
PRECAUTIONS TO CURE/SAVE FROM SKIN PIGMENTATION
Use of good sunscreen before going out is necessary to keep the problem at minimum. If the actual problem is looked after like of acne and dermatitis then the problem of pigmentation can also be controlled.
Stay covered. Use umbrella and hat and wear loose fitted clothes.
Similarly, drugs causing these problems should also be discontinued in order to get back clean and clear skin. Discontinuation of birth control pills and harmful cosmetics would also result in better skin and clearance of pigmentation.
There are certain remedies which can help to cure hyper- pigmentation.
1. Use of over the counter products and creams to cure pigmentation are available in the market. However it may take a long time to witness visible results.
2. Chemical peeling, laser treatment and phototherapy can also bring good results in this problem. But one should weigh the benefits with the costs.
3. Cosmetic surgery can bring out drastic reduction in skin pigmentation but the cost is quite high.
4. Certain allergens also cause dermatitis and pigmentation. A good doctor can conduct a simple test which will ascertain the cause of the same and provide solution. Mild steroids and medicines may resolve the problem.
5. Alternative therapies that believe in curing internal health to rectify skin problem can also be considered. Ayurveda, homeopathy and herbal products are such ways that correct the hormonal and other imbalances thereby also curing all skin related Problems!
6. Regular beauty regime and beauty treatment under the guidance of beauty therapist may help in lightening the skin pigmentation.
7. Hypoallergenic cosmetics can be used to conceal the uneven complexion and skin.
8. Home remedies also play an important role in reducing or curing this problem. There are various tried and tested kitchen recipes which have helped many.
Aloe Vera heals naturally the pigmented skin and its daily application can bring favorable results.
In case of hyper pigmentation, dry the orange peels and grind them. The powder obtained can be mixed with raw milk and then applied on dark patches. Regular usage will lighten the spots and patches.
Place slices of potato or onion on the pigmented portion to get relief. Drink lots of water and eat fruits and foods rich in vitamins and stay stress free.
Natural treatment with home remedies/recipes is quite effective for melasma, freckles, age spots, acne marks and other hyper pigmentation. These home remedies are compiled in an eBook ‘Skin lightening report” in which process of pigmentation; herbal/chemical skin lightening agents, exfoliation of skin, effective lightening treatments and acceleration secrets to lighten and brighten the skin is explained.
The Skin Lightening Report is a well researched, comprehensive “How-to” guide aimed at consumers. It helps educate consumers about existing skin lightening technologies.
Skin lightening report provides possible solutions to a variety of commonly encountered pigment problems. It includes recipes that people can instantly use to start evening out their skin tone.
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