Hyperpigmentation Sun Damage 2018-04-18T11:00:32+00:00

Sun Damage Treatment

Hyperpigmentation is a common and typically harmless skin condition that is manifested through dark patches on the skin. These are usually formed due to the excess of melanin in the skin, it can also be caused by collagen and elastin.

Hyperpigmentation is typically affected by the following factors:

  • diet
  • age
  • hormones
  • use of skin products
  • quality of cosmetic treatments
  • overall health.

What is Sun Damage?

Sunspots are flat, brownish patches that usually appear on areas of the body that has been exposed to the sun for a long time. They are the result of sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays and typically appear on the face, hands, and arms.

Best Hyperpigmentation Treatment

Some of the most common hyperpigmentation treatment methods include:

Chemical Peels

This method strips away dead skin cells and damaged skin layers, thus stimulating the growth of new, healthy layers of skin.

Laser Skin Resurfacing

This method dissolves molecular bonds in your skin and removes outer skin layers via a single wavelength laser beam. Once the skin is healed, it becomes tighter, smoother and healthier.

Microdermabrasion

This procedure is used to exfoliate the skin with a spray of fine crystals. Luxurious, indeed. It is also used to stimulate new skin growth.

If you’re seeking post inflammatory hyperpigmentation treatment, hyperpigmentation treatment, sun damage treatment, or sun spot removal – we at Transforming Image invite you to get in touch with our team, we guarantee you’ll be happy with our services.