Hyperpigmentation on Legs Causes and Treatment

Hyperpigmentation on Legs

Hyperpigmentation on Legs: Causes and Treatment While many women appreciate having their skin a bit of color during the summer, some may be dismayed to observe that their fair-skinned legs can become quite tan in one day. After years of sun exposure and age, this type of hyperpigmentation is often irreversible. However, we see many …

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Post Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation Natural Treatment

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Post-Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation Natural Treatment Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH) occurs when skin infections, blisters, sunburns, tans, and other burns become dark with time. Sometimes, spots of acne become very dark, leading to hyperpigmentation. Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH) marks slowly fade as the skin regenerates itself. But this process takes a lot of time. Sometimes, acne marks, sunburns, and …

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Hyperpigmentation for Face Home Remedy

Hyperpigmentation for Face Home Remedy 1

Hyperpigmentation for Face Home Remedy Human skin color depends on a pigment called melanin. An increase in melanin production causes the appearance of spots on the body, which may be dark or light. The appearance of darker spots on the face and other sun-exposed areas is called hyperpigmentation. The appearance of light-colored spots on the …

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Hyperpigmentation: Causes, Types, and Tips Treatment

Hyperpigmentation: Causes, Types, and Tips Treatment 2

Hyperpigmentation: Causes, Types, and Tips Treatment: Hyperpigmentation is a skin situation that occurs most of the time due to overexposure to the sun; it will darken your skin and nails due to excess sun exposure. The prime reason for Hyperpigmented skin is UV rays. During the situation, a few spots on the skin turn smudgy …

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Hyperpigmentation for Face and Neck Treatment

Hyperpigmentation for Face Home Remedy

Hyperpigmentation for Face and Neck¬† Treatment The darkening of an area of skin due to overproduction of melanin pigment is called Hyperpigmentation. Melanin is a brown pigment responsible for providing color to the skin. Due to the hyperactive condition of melanin, the production of melanocyte cells increases in the body, which darkens the skin. The …

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