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Matrix Dental and Skin Lounge : Multispeciality Dental & Skin Clinic

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Matrix Dental and Skin Lounge - Best Skin Clinic in South Delhi, Skin Specialist in Delhi India.

 
- Rejuvenation and Enhancement
-Pigmentation Manaement
- Acene Control & Blemish / Pimple Tretment
- Hair Regrowth & Transplants
- Vampire Face Lift

- Tead Lifts & Tightning
- Full Body Hair Reduction
Add1  : Matrix Dental and Skin Lounge,
            70, Poorvi Marg,
            Opposite Modern School, 
            Vasant Vihar ,  
            New Delhi-110057
Add2 : Holy Angels Hospital, Behind Vasant Continental Hotel, Near PVR Priya, Vasant Vihar, New Delhi-110057

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: +91-8826001000
+91-8826002000 Email : clinicmatrix@gmail.com Website : www.matrixclinic.in

Pigmentation Management


Facial, Neck, Underarm, Knee Pigmentation

Pigmentation occurs as a brown with a non-distinct border, and is usually found on the central facial areas such as the cheeks, moustache, and forehead areas Pigmentation disorders such as melasma or chloasma arise from increased melanin in the lower layers of the skin and increased free melanin in the skin.

The Melasma affects both men and women, though it is more frequent in women (up to 30% may be affected). Genetic predisposition, hormonal factors, pregnancy, and exposure to ultraviolet light are possible causes. Skin-bleaching agents are extremely helpful in lightening melasma and maintaining skin-lightening improvements.

Another very common skin disorder is known as post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation. They are usually secondary to a traumatic incident to the affected area of the skin.



Pigmentation disorders such as melasma or chloasma arise from increased melanin in the lower layers of the skin and increased free melanin in the skin. The pigmentation is usually brown with a non-distinct border, and is usually found on the central facial areas such as the cheeks, moustache, and forehead areas. Melasma affects both men and women, though it is more frequent in women (up to 30% may be affected). Its incidence is much higher in Asian and darker-skinned individuals than in fair-skinned people. The causes are unknown, but probably include genetic predisposition, hormonal factors, pregnancy, and exposure to ultraviolet light. There is no true curative therapy for melasma. Affected individuals should avoid ultraviolet light exposure and drugs containing hormones, such as oral contraceptives and conventional hormone replacement therapy agents. Skin-bleaching agents are extremely helpful in lightening melasma and maintaining skin-lightening improvements.

Another very common skin disorder is known as post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation. The underlying mechanism is unclear, but may involve inflammatory mediators such as prostaglandins and leukotrienes. While the causes and clinical presentation of post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation can vary, they are usually secondary to a traumatic incident to the affected area of the skin. Sun exposure can worsen this condition. Topical therapies in combination with sunscreens can be quite beneficial.

 

Many all-natural, topical skin-lightening agents have been found to be quite beneficial in lightening hyperpigmented areas of the skin. These include alpha arbutin, as well as kojic acid, which comes from berries. Topical applications of natural, fruit-derived alpha-hydroxy acids, including glycolic acid, have been extremely beneficial in combination with the aforementioned bleaching agents. For enhanced results, these products should be used in conjunction with exfoliation.

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