The incandescent skin is not only a physical trait, but it is also a good feeling from within. It always adds an aesthetic appeal to your beauty. Sometimes, if you are not happy with your skin, this can affect your confidence in yourself and your attitude. But this is no longer a matter of concern, thanks to the pigmentation treatments in Scala Clinic.
Naturally, healthy skin opens the way to a healthy radiance and stimulates your character immensely. The color of the skin is determined according to the presence and amount of melanin, brown pigment that is found in the skin, hair, and iris (eye). Skin changes are mainly genetic and based on exposure to sunlight.
DIFFERENT TYPES OF PIGMENTAL CONCERN
Concerns about pigments
TAN: This is due to an increase in the production of melanin on exposure to the sun and causes a darkening of the skin. It is generally found on the forehead, the outer aspect of the arms and temples. It can be avoided by protecting and avoiding Sun by using protective clothing and sunscreens.Tan can be effectively treated using chemical peels, Microdermabrasion, Q-switched ND-YAG Laser & Superficial Peels.
These are dark, irregular spots, usually found on the forehead, nose, upper cheeks, upper nose, and nose. This is more common in women especially during pregnancy or in those who undergo hormone replacement therapy. There are two types of melasma, dermal and epidermal.
TREATMENT FOR MELASMA
Melasma can be treated with glycolic peels and trichloroacetic acid peels, light treatments, lasers (Pixel, Q-Switched Nd -YAG Laser ), medicines and of course by sun protection with sunscreens. The response to melasma depends on the duration of its appearance, the depth of pigmentation, lifestyle, and maintenance, etc.
These are brown to black spots formed on the skin due to clusters of concentrated melanin, usually found in people with clear skin. They are caused by sun damage and are usually found on the face or areas of the skin exposed to the sun such as the chest, arms, shoulders.
TREATMENT FOR FRECKLES
Freckles are treated using light therapy such as super skin rejuvenation and Q-Switched ND-YAG Laser & Superficial Peels