In our current world the word “pigmentation” has been increasing among the people. It is most likely called as “hyper pigmentation” as in skin damages, aging cells, hormonal changes, genetics, formation of blood vessels and some skin exposed to trauma & inflammation. Other types of pigmentation are also caused by skin inflammation, acne lupus and such burn spots. Some forms of hyperpigmentation, including melisma and sun spots, are more likely to affect areas of skin that face sun exposure, including the face, arms, and legs. Pigmentation commonly happens starting from teenagers and goes on
While hyperpigmentation is harmless, some people want to rid themselves of it. There’s a range of possible methods of treatment and home remedies that people can try. To prevent or stop hyperpigmentation becoming more prominent limit sun exposure. Use sunblock which is certified by aesthetic doctors to protect the skin and avoid darkening of hyperpigmentation. Avoid picking in cracks, scabs and acne to prevent hyperpigmentation from developing after an injury.
Suitable food intake and proper skin care can also help prevent these events. Tolerable food intake as in our daily meal, eat more vegetables and fruits. Eating that kind of food stops these skin problems from occurring. Fruits and vegetables have all types of vitamins which are of great help to those who have them. Proper skin care also provides a big layer of support for those with skin problems like pigmentation.