Most people in their teens and 20sare blissfully ignorant of the damage that too much sun can have on their skin. However, the damage becomes apparent as they age, because issues such as pigmentation start to show on the skin.
Melasma therapy has been advancing these days. One can get many options such as chemical peel treatment, laser treatment, etc. which depends on one's severity of the condition.
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Skin pigmentation is a common condition that can take years to manifest. It can affect all parts of the body but is usually very noticeable on the face, hands, and decolletage.
While some topical products can help pigmentation, they often don't totally resolve it. Depending on the type of pigmentation issues you have, a series of intense pulsed light (IPL) treatments may be the best option for you.
Existing IPL treatments are more advanced and less painful than in the past. Newer IPL technologies can effectively penetrate the dermis and selectively target pigmentation.
IPL is a light-based treatment that directs multiple wavelengths of light to the skin. It is a high-powered output that is delivered into the skin in a short period.
There is only moderate discomfort during treatment, and there is no downtime. For best results, doctors generally recommend a course of 3 treatments, done at 2-4 week intervals.
Maintaining a pigmentation-free complexion is a great way to maintain a youthful appearance. If you think IPL may be the right treatment for you, it is important to visit a dermatologist for proper advice.