4 Different Types of Pigmentation & How to Treat it (Naturally)

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There is no shortage of treatments for pigmentation, from laser therapy to chemical peels. However, these treatments can be harsh on the skin and may actually worsen the condition.

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Tips for managing pigmentation

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Avoid waxing

Waxing may cause inflammation which can worsen pigmentation, so it is important to avoid waxing areas of the body affected by pigmentation. There are plenty of other hair removal methods which you can utilise. Read More:

Choose natural products which will not sting or burn your skin, as these irritations tend to worsen the appearance of pigmentation. Read More: Different Types, Chemical Peel, Natural Products, Your Skin, Health And Wellness, The Balm, Conditioner, Skin Care, Treats

Use gentle skincare products

Choose natural products which will not sting or burn your skin, as these irritations tend to worsen the appearance of pigmentation. Read More:

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Wear sun protective gear

Sunscreen alone will not protect you from the harmful rays from the sun. Wherever possible, you should seek shade and wear sun protective gear such as sunglasses and wide brimmed hats. Read More:

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Wear sunscreen

One of the most common treatments for pigmentation is sun protection. Since sunlight triggers pigmentation and excess melanin production, it is important to wear sunscreen daily, even on cloudy days and especially after swimming or sweating. Choose a sunscreen which offers a broad range of protection, a sun protection factor (SPF) of 30 or more and zinc oxide or titanium dioxide to physically limit the effects of the sun’s rays on your skin. Read More:

Different Types Of Pigmentation

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Ephelides Pigmentation

Ephelides, also known as freckles, are small brown spots that appear on areas of the skin most frequently exposed to the sun. Freckles are harmless and occur as a result of the overproduction of melanin. Freckles come from UV stimulation from frequent sun exposure and sunburns. They can appear on anyone that does not protect themselves from the UV rays from the sun. Genetics are also partially responsible for this type of pigmentation showing up on the skin. Read More:

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Solar lentigines (Sun spots) Pigmentation

This is also known as sun spots or age spots. This type of pigmentation occurs on areas most commonly exposed to the sun, such as the hands and face. The lesions tend to increase with age, making them more common amongst middle aged to older people. They can vary in size and are characterised by their dark appearance with irregular borders. These lesions are caused by a marked increase in the number of pigment cells located in the superficial layers of the skin. Read More:

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Melasma Pigmentation

Melasma is a common skin problem. It is identifiable by brown to gray-brown patches on the skin, usually on the face. It is commonly found on the cheeks, bridge of the nose, forehead, chin, and above the upper lip. It also can appear on other parts of the body that get lots of sun, such as the forearms and neck. In terms of statistics, melasma is far more common in women, as just 10% of people who get melasma are male. Read More:

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Post-inflammatory hyper pigmentation

Post-inflammatory pigmentation, refers to pigmentation following injury or an inflammatory skin disorder and mostly occurs in people with darker skin types. It is caused by damage to the epidermis layer of the skin. Inflammation in the epidermis stimulates melanocytes to increase melanin production and to transfer the pigment to surrounding areas. If the basal layer is injured, melanin pigment is released and subsequently trapped which causes the darker pigment to appear. Read More:

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4 Different Types of Pigmentation & How to Treat it (Naturally)

Post-inflammatory pigmentation, refers to pigmentation following injury or an inflammatory skin disorder and mostly occurs in people with darker skin types. It is caused by damage to the epidermis layer of the skin. Inflammation in the epidermis stimulates melanocytes to increase melanin production and to transfer the pigment to surrounding areas. If the basal layer is injured, melanin pigment is released and subsequently trapped which causes the darker pigment to appear. Read More:

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4 Different Types of Pigmentation & How to Treat it (Naturally)

One of the most common treatments for pigmentation is sun protection. Since sunlight triggers pigmentation and excess melanin production, it is important to wear sunscreen daily, even on cloudy days and especially after swimming or sweating. Choose a sunscreen which offers a broad range of protection, a sun protection factor (SPF) of 30 or more and zinc oxide or titanium dioxide to physically limit the effects of the sun’s rays on your skin. Read More:

Sunscreen alone will not protect you from the harmful rays from the sun. Wherever possible, you should seek shade and wear sun protective gear such as sunglasses and wide brimmed hats. Read More: Wide Brimmed Hats, Different Types, Chemical Peel, Summer Is Here, Sunscreen, Your Skin, Treats, Nature, How To Wear

4 Different Types of Pigmentation & How to Treat it (Naturally)

Sunscreen alone will not protect you from the harmful rays from the sun. Wherever possible, you should seek shade and wear sun protective gear such as sunglasses and wide brimmed hats. Read More:

Choose natural products which will not sting or burn your skin, as these irritations tend to worsen the appearance of pigmentation. Read More: Different Types, Chemical Peel, Natural Products, Your Skin, Health And Wellness, The Balm, Conditioner, Skin Care, Treats

4 Different Types of Pigmentation & How to Treat it (Naturally)

Choose natural products which will not sting or burn your skin, as these irritations tend to worsen the appearance of pigmentation. Read More:

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4 Different Types of Pigmentation & How to Treat it (Naturally)

Waxing may cause inflammation which can worsen pigmentation, so it is important to avoid waxing areas of the body affected by pigmentation. There are plenty of other hair removal methods which you can utilise. Read More:

There is no shortage of treatments for pigmentation, from laser therapy to chemical peels. However, these treatments can be harsh on the skin and may actually worsen the condition. A natural alternative to these treatments is Ultra Bee’s Pigmentation Cre Bee Pollen, Chemical Peel, Lemon Essential Oils, Natural Skin Care, Health And Wellness, The Balm, Alternative, Conditioner, Therapy

4 Different Types of Pigmentation & How to Treat it (Naturally)

There is no shortage of treatments for pigmentation, from laser therapy to chemical peels. However, these treatments can be harsh on the skin and may actually worsen the condition. A natural alternative to these treatments is Ultra Bee’s Pigmentation Cre

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4 Different Types of Pigmentation & How to Treat it (Naturally)

Melanin refers to the brown pigment that produces the various shades and colours of human skin. Coloration or pigmentation is determined by the amount of melanin in the skin. Without melanin, the skin would be pale with shades of pink caused by blood flow through the skin. Fair-skinned people produce very little melanin, darker-skinned people produce moderate amounts, and very dark-skinned people produce the most. People with albinism have little or no melanin and thus...

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4 Different Types of Pigmentation & How to Treat it (Naturally)

Ephelides, also known as freckles, are small brown spots that appear on areas of the skin most frequently exposed to the sun. Freckles are harmless and occur as a result of the overproduction of melanin. Freckles come from UV stimulation from frequent sun exposure and sunburns. They can appear on anyone that does not protect themselves from the UV rays from the sun. Genetics are also partially responsible for this type of pigmentation showing up on the skin. Read More:

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4 Different Types of Pigmentation & How to Treat it (Naturally)

This is also known as sun spots or age spots. This type of pigmentation occurs on areas most commonly exposed to the sun, such as the hands and face. The lesions tend to increase with age, making them more common amongst middle aged to older people. They can vary in size and are characterised by their dark appearance with irregular borders. These lesions are caused by a marked increase in the number of pigment cells located in the superficial layers of the skin. Read More:

Melasma is a common skin problem. It causes brown to gray-brown patches on the face. Women are far more likely than men to get melasma. Brown Patches On Face, Spots On Forehead, Chemical Peel, Upper Lip, Skin Problems, Face Skin, Clear Skin, Good Skin, Skin Care Tips

4 Different Types of Pigmentation & How to Treat it (Naturally)

Melasma is a common skin problem. It is identifiable by brown to gray-brown patches on the skin, usually on the face. It is commonly found on the cheeks, bridge of the nose, forehead, chin, and above the upper lip. It also can appear on other parts of the body that get lots of sun, such as the forearms and neck. In terms of statistics, melasma is far more common in women, as just 10% of people who get melasma are male. Read More:

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Post-inflammatory pigmentation, refers to pigmentation following injury or an inflammatory skin disorder and mostly occurs in people with darker skin types. It is caused by damage to the epidermis layer of the skin. Inflammation in the epidermis stimulates melanocytes to increase melanin production and to transfer the pigment to surrounding areas. If the basal layer is injured, melanin pigment is released and subsequently trapped which causes the darker pigment to appear. Read More:

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4 Different Types of Pigmentation & How to Treat it (Naturally)

One of the most common treatments for pigmentation is sun protection. Since sunlight triggers pigmentation and excess melanin production, it is important to wear sunscreen daily, even on cloudy days and especially after swimming or sweating. Choose a sunscreen which offers a broad range of protection, a sun protection factor (SPF) of 30 or more and zinc oxide or titanium dioxide to physically limit the effects of the sun’s rays on your skin. Read More:

Sunscreen alone will not protect you from the harmful rays from the sun. Wherever possible, you should seek shade and wear sun protective gear such as sunglasses and wide brimmed hats. Read More: Wide Brimmed Hats, Different Types, Chemical Peel, Summer Is Here, Sunscreen, Your Skin, Treats, Nature, How To Wear

4 Different Types of Pigmentation & How to Treat it (Naturally)

Sunscreen alone will not protect you from the harmful rays from the sun. Wherever possible, you should seek shade and wear sun protective gear such as sunglasses and wide brimmed hats. Read More:

Choose natural products which will not sting or burn your skin, as these irritations tend to worsen the appearance of pigmentation. Read More: Different Types, Chemical Peel, Natural Products, Your Skin, Health And Wellness, The Balm, Conditioner, Skin Care, Treats

4 Different Types of Pigmentation & How to Treat it (Naturally)

Choose natural products which will not sting or burn your skin, as these irritations tend to worsen the appearance of pigmentation. Read More:

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4 Different Types of Pigmentation & How to Treat it (Naturally)

Waxing may cause inflammation which can worsen pigmentation, so it is important to avoid waxing areas of the body affected by pigmentation. There are plenty of other hair removal methods which you can utilise. Read More:

There is no shortage of treatments for pigmentation, from laser therapy to chemical peels. However, these treatments can be harsh on the skin and may actually worsen the condition. A natural alternative to these treatments is Ultra Bee’s Pigmentation Cre Bee Pollen, Chemical Peel, Lemon Essential Oils, Natural Skin Care, Health And Wellness, The Balm, Alternative, Conditioner, Therapy

4 Different Types of Pigmentation & How to Treat it (Naturally)

There is no shortage of treatments for pigmentation, from laser therapy to chemical peels. However, these treatments can be harsh on the skin and may actually worsen the condition. A natural alternative to these treatments is Ultra Bee’s Pigmentation Cre