Though Hyperpigmentaion is not a harmful condition but if left untreated for long can cause problems. One of the most common misconceptions about Hyperpigmented skin is that it will fade away by itself and that no treatment is required. Some types of pigmentation may gradually lighten up over time (keep in mind this doesn’t happen overnight, but can take a few months) but, the majority of hyperpigmentation needs to be treated. Cosmotree Clinic offers best hyperpigmentation removal in Delhi for clear glowing skin.
What is Skin Pigmentation/HyperPigmentation?
• When there is over-production of melanin (pigment that gives color to the skin) on the surface of the skin, some
parts of your skin may appear dark or dark spots appearing on the skin.
• Generally, melanin is distributed uniformly in the skin, but sometimes people have spots or patches of skin with
more melanin production. Spots include freckles, age spots and melasma.
• This condition can affect people of all age groups.
• Though it is not a dangerous condition but should not be left untreated for long.
Cosmotree Clinic offers some best treatments to get rid of the pigmentation. Some of them are:
1. Minimal Darkness, Try Microdermabrasion
• The uppermost layer of skin is gently removed with a high speed brush to get rid of sunspots, darkness and other
types of superficial and minimal discoloration.
• The tool is then swiped across your skin to rapidly — but gently — to remove the epidermis.
• You may need multiple sessions to achieve your maximum results.
2. Stubborn Spots, Try a Chemical Peel
• Salicylic acid, glycolic acid and TCA Chemical Peels are often used to get rid of the discoloration.
• Chemical peels are powerful at speeding up results and getting rid of the deeper pigment.
• The type of peel used may vary according to your skin type and results may vary too.
Light chemical peels:
• No recovery time.
• The skin may be slightly irritated after the peel, patients can return to their daily activities immediately
Medium chemical peels:
• The new layer of the skin appears few days after the treatment.
• After few weeks of treatment, the skin is fully recovered.
Deep chemical peels:
• These are intense peels and can take months for the skin to fully heal.
• Patients usually take a week off from work after going for a deep chemical peel.
3. Sun Damage, Try Intense Pulsed Light (IPL)
• Widely used for treating sun-induced discoloration, it involves light-based energy pulsed onto the skin while
simultaneously targeting blood vessels.
• The light seeks out the discoloration in the skin to lift it up and out.
• Expect for the treated areas to turn dark and peel off in a few days.
4. Serious Stubborn Discoloration, Try Fractional Laser Resurfacing
• The most intense option available, Fractional Laser Resurfacing treatments work wonders at getting rid of the
more stubborn pigmentation.
• Laser (resurfacing) treatment uses targeted beams of light to reduce hyperpigmentation without affecting
• Laser for pigmentation removal is a quick, gentle and non-surgical treatment.