Is Hyperpigmentation Destroying Your Face?

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When you look in the mirror, do you see dark patches scattered about your face? Have you tried to conceal them with makeup, to no avail? If so, you may be feeling a bit self-conscious about your appearance, and it’s understandable. Hyperpigmentation is a condition that causes dark patches to develop on the skin. It is the result of excess melanin production (the component of skin that gives it its color,) which creates deposits on the skin. Hyperpigmentation can occur for a number of reasons.  Read More

How to Cover up and Remove Hyperpigmentation on Dark Skin

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Just like wrinkle treatments and makeup fillers that almost always promise youthful results with just a few applications and continued usage, some conditions are more challenging than others. Remember the King of Pop, the late, great Michael Jackson? He had a different type of pigmentation issue and was not trying to change his natural skin shade, despite taunts from the media about him attempting to be “white” or more fair skinned. Dealing with hyperpigmentation can be difficult to disguise  Read More

Do You Have Hyperpigmentation On Your Body?

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Perhaps your dermatologist discussed this issue with you on your last visit. Or maybe you have just noticed some darker patches of skin in certain locations of your body and don’t know what it is. If you have confined patches, darker than the surrounding skin and smooth, you may have Hyperpigmentation. What Is Hyperpigmentation? Hyperpigmentation is an overproduction of the skin’s pigment melanin. The technical term for this is called “Melasma”. Melasmas occur most commonly from acne, ageing,  Read More