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Hyperpigmentation can be treated as melasma, sunspots and post-inflammatory hyperpigmenation.

Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation can occur as a result of injury, trauma or inflammation to the skin. It can be treated with gentle peels and facials, such as the HydraFacial, where results can be achieved successfully with a treatment programme.

Sunspots are more common darker patches that can appear on the face and hands over time where the skin has been exposed to the sun. This can be treated with laser genesis and facials with results typically seen after three to six treatments.

Melasma are areas of hyperpigmenation that can appear on the face and body due to hormonal changes, as a result of medication, during pregnancy or other age related changes. Topical prescription retinoids and medication are advised after consultation with a medical professional.

How is Hyperpigmentation treated?

The skin's surface layer is gently treated to remove the darker pigmented skin layers. Recommended treatments for best results include combination therapy of peels, hydradermabrasion and laser skin rejuvenation.

What can you do at home to help prevent Hyperpigmentation?

You can protect your skin by using a SPF30 - SPF50 broad spectrum coverage sunscreen. If you enter a treatment programme, our experienced clinical practitioners can also recommend medical grade skincare to help achieve desired results. All products can be purchased in clinic or ordered directly with The Face by SK.

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