Do you have hyperpigmentation on your face?
Have you had to live with dark patches of hyperpigmentation on your face for several years now?
You finally got over acne but the battle against the skin scarring that has occurred, has lasted far far longer.
Everyone else in your circle has perfect skin. This makes you even more self-conscious of your own so much, that it even affects your confidence at times that you are happy to stay in the background.
Definition of hyperpigmentation?
Hyperpigmentation describes the dark patches that are on your skin. This is caused by excess melanin production. Melanin is your skin pigment.
The excess melanin production that happens because of post operation scars, or from wound injuries can cause hype pigmentation. Melasma that can occur in pregnancy, eczema scars, hormonal changes during the menopause, causing
age or liver spots are also forms of hyperpigmentation.
If you picked your spots when you were younger you are likely to have the scars of evidence of this still, in adulthood in the form of dark patches many years later. Age or liver spots are also forms of hyperpigmentation.
The severity of this differs . Many women will use makeup to cover up this condition, but many men will not. So how can you or they get rid of it?
. A healthy diet balanced can help.
Use a sun protector whenever you go out in the sun. The sun exacerbates hyperpigmentation. as sun helps you to produce more melanin.
Prevention is better than cure – Keep your hands away from your skin that way you are less likely to pick it.