Skin pigmentation basically means coloring. Melanin, a pigment produced by our body's specialized cells called melanocytes, is primarily responsible for a person's complexion. More melanin, thus, results to a darker skin. And in contrast, the lesser the concentration of melanin, the lighter the skin is. Freckles and birthmarks in certain areas of the body are indicators of a much higher production of melanin.
When something goes wrong in the largest organ of the body, it can be very unluckily evident. Hyperpigmentation and hypopigmentation are skin pigmentation disorders that result to an extremely darkening and lightening of the skin, respectively. Vitiligo is an auto-immune hypopigmentation disorder wherein the body destroys its own melanin and loses its skin color. Secondary leucoderma is another condition of hypopigmentation caused by direct contact with certain chemicals. Nevus Depigmentosus also results to a hypopigmented patch that is already present since birth.
Melasma, on the other hand, is a hyperpigmentation condition wherein dark, mask-like patches are fairly noticeable on the cheeks and nose. Freckles and lentigens are hypermigmented spots that are genetic by nature. Solar lentigos, or basically referred as age spots, is also a hypermpigmentation condition caused by too much exposure of the skin to ultraviolet light. Rough, uneven skin bands that are almost permanent are referred to as actinic keratoses or solar keratoses. Similarly, this pigmentation condition is also brought about by too much exposure to the sun. Aside from hereditary origins, a great number of skin pigmentation problems are directly related to too much sun exposure. These pigmentation conditions do not necessarily cause any discomfort or harm, but they can positively indicate a person's risk of skin cancer.
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The good news from Bella Medispa is that you need not succumb to any of these skin pigmentation conditions for the rest of your life. Bella Medispa offers you a wonderful way out of these embarrassing pigmented patches and skin bands. Our exquisite array of clinical treatments including intensive facial peels and microdermabrasion can effectively treat your sun-damaged skin and non-invasively diminish your evident age spots.
The best of our Pevonia and Medicalia Skincare line renders a comprehensive beauty regimen that does not just eradicate your skin problems, but, at the same time, nourishes your skin through the richness of the most natural ingredients extracted from the bounty of nature.
Bella Medispa also takes great pride in our most advanced approach to your pigmentation concerns. IPL Photorejuvenation is a safe, non-invasive procedure that makes use of light-based technology in permanently diminishing those unwanted spots and marks in your face and/or body.
Whichever way you want in dealing with your skin pigmentation concerns, Bella Medispa always has the right solution tailored for your individual needs!
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