Pigmentation

Know About Laser Treatments For Under Eye Dark Circles!

By Dr M.K Shetty, Dermatology Dark undereye circles can be caused by a host of different things from heredity to allergies to poor sleep. Treatments include eye creams, peels, intense pulsed light therapy, Q switched Nd Yag laser therapy, skin resurfacing and injectable fillers, but before you choose one, it’s important…

Pigmentation: Why To Choose Ayurvedic Treatment?

By Dr. Anoop Negi, Ayurveda Pigmentation refers to the dark patchy area caused by the consistent rush of the pigment melanin to the surface of the skin as a result of endless application of harmful beauty products or cosmetics, free flowing pollutants or extreme exposure to sunlight. Melanin is the very…

Hyperpigmentation – Derma Treatments

By Dr. Himanshu Singhal, Dermatology Hyperpigmentation is a skin disorder that causes dark patches and spots all over the facial skin. Although it occurs without any symptom, it is of high cosmetic concern and can result in psychological stress. Most of the causes of hyperpigmentation are attributed to exposure to the sun’s…

How to Reduce the Pigmentation – Dark Circles – Radio Frequency

By Dr. Manjiri’s Instasculpt , Cosmetic Physician Development of freckles and skin pigmentation are a result of environmental factors, sunlight and the natural passage of time. Sun exposure causes the first parts of the body such as hands, face and chest to show ageing signs. Pigmented lesions include freckles, dark circles, age…

Ayurvedic Treatment For Pigmentation

By Dr Jyoti Monga , Ayurveda Pigmentation refers to the dark patchy area caused by the consistent rush of the pigment melanin to the surface of the skin as a result of endless application of harmful beauty products or cosmetics, free flowing pollutants or extreme exposure to sunlight. Melanin is the very…

Causes and Treatments of Freckles

By Dr Abhay Talathi , Dermatology Freckles are flat, circular small discolored spots of melanin on the skin of people with fair complexion. They are mostly seen on the face but can develop on any part of the skin when it is exposed to the sun. There is no health risk associated…