Hyperpigmentation

All skins contain pigment (colour); some just have a little more than others. But all of us want to have the same, even tone amount of colour in our face. Nobody likes dark spots, splotches or patches of skin, which is why science has long searched for the answers to what is one of the most difficult skin conditions to treat: hyperpigmentation.
The pigment that gives our skin its colour is called melanin. In response to illness, injury or exposure to too much sunlight, the skin produces melanin in an attempt to protect the skin. Too much or uneven production of melanin and we get hyperpigmentation.
Posted: 25 November 2019 By:

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