Conditions That Cause Increased Pigmentation of the Skin

  1. Melasma: A condition causing brown or gray patches on the skin, often due to hormonal changes.

  2. Freckles: Small brown spots often caused by sun exposure and genetics.

  3. Post-Injury Hyperpigmentation: Dark spots that result from skin trauma or injury.

  4. Post-Acne Scars: Red and brown marks left behind after acne heals.

  5. Pigment Demarcation Lines: Lines of pigmentation that develop along natural lines of the body.

Various Causes of Hyperpigmentation Include

  • Sun Exposure: Overexposure to the sun can lead to dark spots.
  • Genetics: Hereditary factors can play a role in the development of hyperpigmentation.
  • Skin Picking: Repeatedly picking at the skin can cause pigmentation changes.
  • Hormonal Changes: Changes in hormone levels can affect skin pigmentation.
  • Certain Medications: Drugs like antibiotics, hormone treatments, and anti-seizure medications may cause pigmentation changes.
  • Inflammation and Skin Injuries: Conditions such as acne vulgaris can lead to hyperpigmentation.
  • Use of Certain Skincare Products: Some products can cause pigmentation changes in the skin.

Treatments at Cutexx Skin Clinic for Pigmentation Removal

  • CACI Treatment: An advanced microcurrent facial treatment that improves skin tone and texture.
  • Mesotherapy: Microinjections of vitamins and nutrients to rejuvenate the skin and reduce pigmentation.
  • Dermaroller: Microneedling therapy that stimulates collagen production and smooths pigmentation.
  • Alma Photofacial Treatment: A laser treatment that targets and lightens pigmented areas.
  • Glutathione Treatment: An antioxidant treatment to lighten and brighten the skin.
  • Placenta Therapy: A treatment using placental extracts to rejuvenate and lighten the skin.

WHY CUTEXX SKIN CLINIC FOR Pigmentation Removal?

We at Cutexx Skin Clinic specializes in pigmentation removal treatments, offering a systematic and personalized approach to treat pigmentation issues. The clinic understands the physical and emotional impact of pigmentation on patients and strives to provide effective and supportive treatments for optimal results.

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Dr. Kinnor Das, MBBS, MD, is a specialist in Dermatology, Venereology, and Leprosy. With extensive training and experience in these areas, Dr. Das is dedicated to providing exceptional care to his patients.