Overcoming Hyperpigmentation On The Face?
Hello, I want to ask about how to get rid of hyperpigment on my face, before I have no problem with my facial skin but since I have been appearing like hyperpigment (facial skin right and left near the ear to the cheeks darker than the original and unique pattern from this hyperpigment the same both right and left as the letter m) this situation does not interfere physically but makes me insecure and uncomfortable, please respond thank you very much
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Hyperpigmentation is a skin problem that is characterized by patches of darker color such as browning on the skin. And in most cases hyperpigmentation is not dangerous, but can interfere with appearance. And hyperpiogmentation can occur in any part of the body including the face.
Handling or treatment of hyperpigmentation that depends on the cause and type. The cause of hyperpigmentation can be the result of sun exposure, certain skin diseases, age, or the impact of other diseases. Here are some possible causes of hyperpigmentation on the skin:
Melasma, a skin condition disorder characterized by brownish spots that can be found at the age of around 20 to 50 years, melasma can also arise due to excessive sun exposure, consumption of birth control pills, hormonal changes in pregnancy. Often appear on the face such as chin, cheeks, forehead.
Lentigo, is brownish spots on the body and usually arises due to frequent exposure to sunlight. And lentigo is often found on the face. Spotting size can vary from 0.2 - 2 cm. But usually lentigo is found in people with advanced age.
Although not dangerous, hyperpigmentation complaints usually often make sufferers feel inferior because it interferes with appearance. If you feel disturbed, you can consult a dermatologist or a doctor who specializes in beauty. Furthermore, hyperpigmentation treatment can be done by:
Use of vitamin C
But keep in mind this action or treatment should be carried out by medical professionals or doctors who are professional in their fields. Avoid letting your skin be handled by non-medical personnel, because it is feared it will further damage the facial skin.
In addition, to prevent hyperpogmentation on the skin, you should do the following:
Always use sunscreen or sunscreen with a minimum SPF of 30 which is enough every time you are going to do outdoor activities
Strive to protect the virgin skin from direct sunlight such as by using hats and sun glasses
Try not to be exposed to the sun directly
Use a skin moisturizer that is suitable for your skin type
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