Thursday, December 9

Skin Problems



Are you experiencing unwanted discoloration of the skin? Do you want to get rid of discoloration of the skin? If yes, you are at the right place. According to a report, about 5 million people are affected with discoloration of skin such as melasma. Another report showed that skin discoloration is more common in the Asian region. But don't worry these skin disorders are curable.

Actually, people usually misunderstand that melasma, dark spots, wrinkles are the same skin problems. But no, these terms are different from each other due to their causes and symptoms. Before treating these skin problems, people should know what the actual issue is and what is the reason behind this.

In this article, we will help you to differentiate between these skin problems and suggest their treatment options.

Hyperpigmentation

Hyperpigmentation is the most common skin condition in which a few skin areas become more prominent and darker than the original tone. There are various types of hyperpigmentation. The cause of hyperpigmentation is different in each type

● Melasma

Melasma is a skin condition in which dark-colored patches appear on the skin. Melasma mainly occurs in females mostly during pregnancy. That's why it is known as the mask of pregnancy. These patches usually appear on the face on different parts of the face, such as cheeks, chin, bridge of the nose, and forehead. These patches are darker than your skin tone. The shade of these patches is usually brownish.

The American Academy of Dermatology study claims that melasma affects 90 percent of women and only 10 percent of men. According to dermatologists, the primary cause of melasma is hormonal changes. There are numerous other reasons for melasma, like using birth control pills, thyroid problems, sun exposure, and stress.

Treatment

Various treatment options are available for melasma, such as creams, medicines, and laser treatment. Another highly effective and non-invasive treatment is the usage of Pynocare oral supplements. Recent studies showed that Pynocare is a fantastic product that helps to get rid of melasma. Pynocare is used to heal skin inflammation and help lower the intensity and size of irregular skin pigments while also improving skin smoothness and elasticity. It also helps to protect the skin from the sun and other pollutants.

● Dark spot


Having dark spots on skin is common; these spots occur due to excessive accumulation of melanin. The color of the dark spot varies due to different types of melanin, such as light brown to dark brown, and black spots. These dark spots mostly appear on the face, neck, hands, shoulder, and arms.

People get dark spots on their skin because of other issues such as pimples, wounds, diabetes, and other skin infections in other conditions.

Treatment

The dark spots may fade with time, but if you want to remove these spots, use fade up creams. Some home remedies are also effective for dark spots.

● Freckles

Freckles are a common skin problem in which small-sized spots appear on the skin.

In this condition, small brownish irregular spots appear on the face, arms and chest. It usually occurs due to sun exposure and genetics. It is different from other skin pigmentation problems because it can appear at an early age, like 2-3-year-old.

Treatment

Fading creams, retinoid creams, chemical peel-off, layer treatment are good options for freckles. Additionally, using sunscreen or sunblock helps you to avoid freckles.


 

Freckles

Melasma

Dark spots

Appearance

Flat spots appear in the cluster

Symmetrical patches

Small-sized, usually round or oval-shaped

Cause

Genetic or prolonged sun exposure

Overproduction of melanin

Overproduction melanin, wound, acne, diabetes, etc.

Devilment Period

childhood

Above 18 years

At any age

Color

Yellow and brown

Light brown to dark brown

Dark brown, black

Targeted area

Face, arms, and chest

Cheeks, under eyes, nose, forehead

Face, back, hands shoulders






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