Spot The Difference
The cause of pigmentation changes may be from sun exposure, acne, injury, smoking, and as part of cell changes during the natural ageing process. It may also be hormonal. Up to 90% of pregnant women may experience pigmentation changes called melasma that affects their nose, cheekbones, upper lip and forehead, creating blotches of darker skin that can give them the appearance of wearing a mask.
We see and treat many men and women that feel self-conscious and vulnerable about the appearance of their ‘patchy’ skin, especially as it’s often not as easy as simply applying concealer to the affected areas. We have a number of treatments that can help reduce the appearance of pigmentation, including:
- Skin needling
- Chemical peels
- Skincare products
We believe that prevention is key, so will discuss with you the best ways to prevent future pigmentation problems at your appointment, depending on what is causing your pigmentation change.