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If some areas of your face have darker pigmentation, you’re not the only one! It’s with almost everyone. You’ve come to the right place if you’re curious about the reasons for hyperpigmentation and how to treat it. Find out what hyperpigmentation is, why it occurs, and how to cure it by reading on.

What is Hyperpigmentation?

Okay, so a lot of people in Pakistan have skin areas that turn darker than the surrounding skin, such a condition is referred to as Hyperpigmentation.

Additionally, types of hyperpigmentation include:

  • Age spots also called “liver” spots
  • Hyperpigmentation after inflammation/infection
  • Melasma

types of hyperpigmentation

Reasons Why You Are Experiencing It

A very common cause is an excess production of melanin. Melanin is a substance that gives skin its color.

Furthermore, burns, bruises, acne, rashes, or other trauma to the skin can cause it to produce more melanin and lead to dark spots.

However, hyperpigmentation can also develop as a result of:

  • Aging
  • Sun exposure
  • Hormonal changes, such as during pregnancy or menopause

Moreover, some medications and certain health conditions can also lead to hyperpigmentation so you must consult with a Top skin specialist.


Why You Might Want To Treat Skin Discoloration

It isn’t generally harmful and usually isn’t a sign of a serious medical condition. Nevertheless, dark spots on faces never look good anyway then why not treat them?

Prevention Is Better Than Cure

It’s not always possible to prevent hyperpigmentation. However, you can protect yourself by:

  • Firstly, using sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30
  • Secondly, wearing hats or clothing that block sunlight
  • Lastly, avoid the sun during the time of the day when it’s strongest.

ingredients of hyperpigmentation

4 Skincare Products To Make Uneven Skin Tone Go Away

  1. Glycolic Acid Cleanser For Clear Skin

Glycolic acid lightens sun-induced dark spots and gives your skin a glowing appearance. Due to its high antioxidant content, which helps to repair UV damage.

  1. Revitalise (vitamin C) For Supple Skin

Vitamin C serum helps in reducing your dark spots, uneven skin tone, and dullness by

  • Firstly, shielding skin cells from free radical damage and
  • Secondly, inhibiting the synthesis of melanin in the skin.


  1. Exfoliate To Buff Away Dead Skin 

Your dark skin patches can also be treated with skin exfoliation utilizing

exfoliators. Regular use of AHAs for skin exfoliation:

  • Firstly, helps eliminate dead skin cells.
  • Secondly, improve the texture and appearance of your skin.


  1. Retinol Serum (Stimulate RE)

Elastin and Hyaluronic Acid in Retinol Serum are known as:

  • To encourage your cells to generate natural collagen.
  • To directly regulate melanin formation.

stimulate re


5 Skin Specialists Recommended Treatments For Discoloration

Now there are a number of different treatment options available. Let’s see…

1.       Chemical Peel To Get Magical Reveal

Get rid of all the spots that make you hide your face. Additionally, chemical peels remove the top layer of your skin, which reduces the appearance of dark spots.

Moreover, chemical peels will work like magic if you have:

  • Age spots
  • Sun damage
  • Melasma
  • Blotchy skin

2.     Glow Drips For Glow & Show

Say goodbye to your dark patches. As Skin Lightening – Glow drips can help with

·        Skin tone,

·        Texture of skin

·        Skin clarity.

3.      Microdermabrasion For Flawless Skin

Another amazing treatment is Microdermabrasion. As it helps with pigmentation such as

  • Age spots,
  • Melasma,
  • Chloasma (dark patches during pregnancy)
  • Lentigo (caused by sun or radiation exposure)
  1. Microneedling + PRP – All Your Skin Needs

Microneedling has proven to be a treatment with wonderful results. No surprises there! So, if you have uneven skin tone, microneedling with PRP can help to create that beautifully clear complexion.

  1. Spot-free With Mesotherapy

Mesotherapy is known to deliver skin-lightening compounds like glutathione and vitamin C directly into the skin layers for excessive pigmentation such as

  • Melasma
  • Blemishes
  • Freckles

The American Acadmey of Dermatology aslo suggests some ways to get rid of dark spots.

Key Takeaways

A good diet with lots of water and good sunscreen can save you from a lot of trouble. Yet, if you face Hyperpigmentation on your skin always go to a skin specialist.

Additionally, use dermatologically recommend products, ALWAYS!!hyperpigmentationGo Spotless With Glow & Go

All your dreams of having spotless and flawless skin can come true. Wondering HOW?! All you have to do is either book an appointment with our skin experts at Glow & Go for FREE or visit at your convenience today!






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