Acne and Scar Pigmentation

Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH), the dark spots or red spots that are left when the disease of the skin lesions heal, develops once the inflammation inherent in disease of the skin lesions causes skin cells to provide a lot of melanin, the pigment that offers skin its color. An accrued quantity of animal pigment makes the skin seem darker.

Hyperpigmentation scars are the results of several things. For instance, they have a tendency to occur when breaking the skin lesions or chicken pox. Once the initial lesion has cured, it will leave behind a dark spot on the skin, which can seem like a scar or acne. Thankfully, it isn't a scar; however, it will take up to a year to fade out on its own that is why many of us would like to get rid of physiological state scars using other means to speed up the process.

  • Pigmentation peel
  • Light therapy
  • IPL therapy (Intense Pulsed Light)

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