What is hyperpigmentation?
Hyperpigmentation results in the darkening of skin and is caused by an excess of melanin. The skin’s colour is regulated by the amount of melanin – a brown pigment, so when there is more melanin in one area than another; a darker patch will emerge. Hyperpigmentation is an umbrella term and it can include conditions such as Melasma which is often found in pregnant women, those on hormonal contraception or following prolonged sun exposure. Darker areas often develop on the hands, face and chest areas; and can be very distressing for individuals when they are not treated.
Hyperpigmentation treatments in Wembley
There are many modern and effective options for treating and reducing hyperpigmentation; and although the condition can be stubborn, the friendly and knowledgeable staff at Miravue Skin clinic will be able to recommend the most suitable treatment for each individual. Choosing from a combination of skin peels, effective sunblock, Skinceuticals pigment regulator, Tranexamic Acid Injection and Avénes D-pigment; the clinic’s staff are able to provide clients with genuine solutions for their skincare issues.