Pigmentation is a common skin condition that can affect anyone. It occurs when the pigment in your skin cells becomes mixed with other substances and causes uneven pigmentation. There are many different types of pigmentation treatment in Chennai, some treatments are more effective than others depending on your needs and the severity of your condition.
There are several types of laser treatment, including:
- IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) is a light that creates heat and destroys the pigment in the skin. It can be used on large areas or small sections of your face. You’ll need to have four treatments spaced about six weeks apart to see results, but it’s not permanent and you may need more than one session if you’re using IPL for acne scarring or sun damage.
- Fraxel—this is another type of laser that uses an infrared wavelength to target specific pigmentation spots without damaging surrounding tissue. It’s also considered non-invasive because there’s no surgery required; however, this procedure requires multiple visits over several months before you see noticeable results (and sometimes not even then).
IPL is a treatment that uses light to remove pigmentation. IPL treatments are non-invasive, painless and have no downtime.
IPL is effective for treating freckles, sun spots and melasma
Resurfacing is a procedure that removes the top layer of skin to reveal new, younger cells underneath. This can help with acne scars and fine lines and wrinkles. It’s also an excellent option for people who want to avoid surgery, or those who simply want a more natural look.
The procedure typically involves using a device called a dermawand or dermaroller (a rolling pin-like tool)—both of which are similar in appearance to acupressure balls used at acupuncture clinics—to apply pressure on your face over several minutes while you relax on your back in bed or recline on the couch. Afterward, you’ll likely need some type of recovery time before going out into public again; however, this should only take about one hour if done correctly!
Plasma rich in growth factors is a natural way to boost collagen production, speed up healing and reduce inflammation. PRP can be used to treat pigmentation.
Skin from stem cells
- Skin from stem cells.
- Stem cells are used to generate new skin, which can be used to treat pigmentation.
- The treatment involves extracting the patient’s own stem cells and using them for the treatment of hyperpigmentation problems such as melasma or post-acne marks.
There are many ways to treat pigmentation.
There are many ways to treat pigmentation. Some of them are more effective than others, so it’s important to know what you’re dealing with before choosing a method.
- Laser: The most effective pigmentation treatment in Bangalore for facial pigmentation is laser. Laser works by destroying the melanin in the skin and thus reducing discoloration and uneven skin tone. This can be done through a series of treatments or over time as your body adjusts to the effects of each treatment. If this is not possible due to underlying health conditions or personal preference, IPL (intense pulsed light) can also be used instead of lasers if they are less expensive than lasers but still have similar results.*
- PRP: Platelet-rich plasma therapy has been shown to reduce fine lines and wrinkles while improving overall skin texture; however, it doesn’t work as well on deep wrinkles because it targets only superficial cells rather than those deeper below surface layers where wrinkles form.*
- IPL: Intense pulsed light is an alternative tool that delivers energy focused through narrow beams onto targeted areas such as scars or blemishes without causing damage like lasers do.*
We’re sure you are as excited to learn about all of these different treatments as we are! We hope this article has been helpful and allowed you to explore the options for your skin type. If you have any questions about pigmentation or need more information, don’t hesitate to contact us. We would love to hear from you!