Hyperpigmentation is an area of the skin that appears to be darker than the surrounding skin due to an excess of melanin production. Below are some forms of hyperpigmentation and their characteristics.


Post-Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation

Post-Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation (PIHP) occurs as a result of injury or trauma to the skin. As the skin heals, an excess of melanin can occur, leaving a darker patch in that area. PIHP can affect anyone but commonly occurs in those with darker skin tones. It is also commonly seen on those who suffer from acne.

What helps reduce PIHP?:

  • Dermaplaning

  • Microneedling

  • Chemical Peels

  • LED Light Therapy

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Sun Spots

Sun damage occurs due to overexposure to ultraviolet light which causes damage at cellular level. UVA stimulates the production of excess melanin which is where the darker spots occur.

What helps to reduce Sun Damage?

  • Chemical peels

  • Microneedling 

  • LED Light Therapy Add on

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Melasma is pigmentation at dermal level that commonly affects pregnant women. It usually occurs asymmetrically on the face and it a little bit more trickier to treat due to it being at a deeper level.

What helps to reduce Melasma?

  • Chemical Peels

  • Microneedling


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