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Hyper Pigmentation On Face
Hydroquinone cream: it will lighten everything so just apply to dark areas ...Read more
Whats the cure for a 30yrs old Asian woman having hyper pigmentation on face and neck due to anti epileptic drugs taken in chilhood.
Many options: To get rid of hyperpigmentation, first wear a good sunblock every day. Many creams can help. Hydroquinones in prescription creams are usually the most effective, but can take time to work. Elure is an otc cream that works differently. And there are many herbal creams that help. Your doctor can perform a laser treatment for faster results. ...Read more
Multiple options: The best treatment for you depends on the cause of the hyper pigmentation and your skin type. If your skin is light and the hyperpig is d/t sun damage, IPL or laser treatments work well, bleaching creams can help too. If your skin is dark you should start with bleaching cream. In person consultation is necessary in this case. http://www.omahacosmeticsurgery.com/face/ ...Read more
Hyperpigmentation: There are many causes for this condition and I would start with your PCP. If he/she is not sure I am confident they will refer you to the right specialist and you will be much relieved. ...Read more
Hi, I have hyper-pigmentation on my face which has been there since a year, and is fading but not completely?
How do I get rid of hyper pigmentation on my face? I'm an african american woman and I have a lot of dark spots on my face and neck. I know it must be hyper pigmentation but i don't know how to get rid of it. I have been using ambi fade cream and cocoa bu
Melasma: Hi Carolyn278 That condition is called MELASMA and here is a link to the best creams to use thanks http://www.skincarecop.com/reviews/part8-melasma.html ...Read more
Had thermo-lo treatment for spider veins on face. Still have redness/hyper pigmentation 2 months later. It has faded. Will it eventually go away?
Avoid sun: that's itGet a more detailed answer ›
Face/hyperpigment: Start with micro needling with PRP infusions. Than 4 to8% hydroquinones. Sometimes licorice ointments help. Best to see a Derm or PS/ ...Read more
See a doctor: It is hard to say but you may have a disease called argyria, which causes your skin to turn grey. Are the white portion of your eyes white or a greyish blue color? Have you ever been exposed to silver?Laser treatments with a q-switched alexandrite laser or ruby laser or Nd-YAG laser at the 1064 wavelength ...Read more
Yes but beware: Salicylic acid is a beta hydroxy acid which is used to tone the skin by removing oils from the skin and is used for acne. It can also reduce inflammatory pigmentation as found in acne. Other agents such as Kojic acid, hydroquinone, and other plant peroxides can also decrease pigmentation. 2% salicylic acid is over the counter and can dry out skin if overused, so consult with your doctor. ...Read more
Pigmentation on face due to sun exposure.....Using suncreen lotions.....No use..Suggest me some ointments for pigmentation?
Does depiwhite cream help reduce hyperpigmentation on face n neck. I have brown patches like pigmentation on neck spreading to face. What to apply?
Please see: Please see your dermatologist for evaluation and to discuss treatment options. This way you will get the best treatment. ...Read more
Pigmentation: Is your hyper-pigmentation in different places on your body or are you seeing overall changes in your skin? Does this change with the season? You should see a dermatologist for evaluation and advice. ...Read more
Will hyper pigmentation disappear with Glycolic acid peels? It's been 1 yr and I still have a couple! Will they disappear? :(
May: it may lighten up a little bit. course depends on underlying cause. ...Read more
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