How to reduce pigmentation disorder

Talk to your dermatologist to cure your unpleasing hyper pigmentation

Pigmentation, often described as uneven skin tone, is a common problem with, mostly, fair-skinned people. Pigmentation can easily occur on the face, the neck or any other part of the body. The most causes of skin pigmentation are stress, smoking, excess exposure to sun, frequent use of hair dye, intense skin treatments, and poor diet. It may occur to people of any age and can if not taken care of, can get darker and darker.

Generally, the skin pigmentation has been categorized into four types:

  • Freckles
  • Melasma
  • Dark spots and blemishes
  • Hyper pigmentation
  • Skin pigmentation does not look very good and makeup does not help enough to hide its effect. Many people are going for treatments in order to get their flawless skin back.

    Treatments available to reduce skin pigmentation

    Thanks to the medical science, there are a few good and healthy treatments available to lessen the effect of skin pigmentation.

    Phototherapy: The most common and frequently suggested treatment. It uses intense pulse light to fade or lighten up the pigmentation spots on your face. The results are appeasing.

    Topical skin lightening creams: The easiest and the cheapest way of reducing skin pigmentation. Skin lightening creams help you fade off the spots; however, the results may vary from skin type to skin type.

    Chemical peel: Also known as TCA peels or deep pigmentary peels is recommended to rectify the pigmentation. It works by exfoliating the layers of skin and lightening the dark spots and black patches.

    Laser skin resurfacing: – Another popular treatment to get rid of those dark spots on your face. It removes the skin layer by layer with care. It reduces scars and acne spots as well.

    Although the above mentioned pigmentation treatments are safe and bear good results when administered under a dermatologist, it is always advised to get your skin properly checked and diagnosed by an experienced dermatologist first. The skin specialists will look for the depth of pigmentation and the cause for the same. The treatment is them suggested based on those lines.

    Prevention from getting skin pigmentation

    The most common reason for getting skin pigmentation is excess exposure to the sun. Hence, the first rule of prevention is sunblock. Ensure to use a sunblock that has PA+++ and contain minimum PPD 38. You may apply the sunblock three times a day.

    • Other preventions may include common health tips such as:
    • Getting a good amount of sleep
    • Taking vitamins and minerals
    • Quitting smoking
    • Using sun protection like proper clothing and umbrella
    • Avoiding stress

shaping up your nose by non surgical treatment

By the Non Surgical method shaping up your nose perfectly

If you ask people about the one facial feature that they would want to change, the most common answer will be -the nose. Most people are unhappy with the way their nose looks. Sometimes, an accident or an injury can damage the right shape of your nose or sometimes, generally you want to shape your not-so-fine nose. And this is the reason why they go for various nose-fixing treatments. Rhinoplasty, the surgical way of correcting your nose is very popular. However, not everyone would like to go under the knife; plus, it is a very expensive and risky treatment. If your cosmetic surgeon is not very experienced, then you may not get the shape of your nose that you aspire for. Secondly, if anything goes wrong, then you may have to go for more nose job surgeries which may be expensive and painstaking.

Thankfully, other than Rhinoplasty, there is one more way of correcting your nose. A non-surgical nose job is very popular for shaping your nose. It is comfortable, less expensive and very quick. Dermal filler, medically known substance- hyaluronic acid, or commonly called Restylane, Perlane, Juvederm and Juviderm XC, is injected to mend the dents and bumps.

Why non-surgical nose job is better than Rhinoplasty

The non-surgical nose job uses dermal fillers to get the reshaping of the nose. It is an outpatient treatment where the numbing cream is applied to lessen the pain. It is immediate and has no downtime. Small needles are used to fill the substance. The filler in the nose camouflage nasal irregularities and bumps and dents.

With Rhinoplasty, the patient needs to go under anesthesia, and after, the surgery is done, there is limited downtime of at least three weeks. And if unluckily, the desired shape is not required then it is a long process of rectifying it.

What can non-surgical nose job fix?

  • A nose that is crooked or off – center
  • A nose too big or small
  • An injured nose that is asymmetrical
  • A flat bridge where dermal fillers placement can subtly increase in height
  • A little crooked nose
  • Refinement needed after surgical rhinoplasty

After effects of a non-surgical nose job

Generally, a non-surgical nose job does not give any significant side effects. A little swelling appears temporarily. Bruises can appear in sporadic cases. A treatment should be good for two years, and the results are immediate.

You may need to revisit your doctor after 12 months for re-touch-up. Typically, it takes three sessions to get the ideal nose, and every session takes about 30 minutes only.