WHAT ARE HYPERPIGMENTATIONS AND HOW ARE THEY?
Hyperpigmentation or blemishes are dark areas of the skin resulting from prolonged sun exposure. Flecks can also occur during pregnancy, taking birth control pills or a hormonal disorder. Flecks usually appear on the face in the forehead, nose, cheeks, earrings, and on the body of the neckline, fists and shoulders. The first signs of skin aging are spots (photoaging), which is why you should avoid overexposure to the sun and protect yourself adequately. The spots may be clearly fringed (sun spots) or spilled (melasma). Spilled stains (melasmas) give an uneven color to the skin and the complexion looks tinted.
WHICH TREATMENTS CAN REMOVE HYPERPIGMENTATION?
Depending on the shape and the way they are made, we treat the stains with: