Derma White Treatment for Hyperpigmentation

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Derma White Treatment offered by The Laser Treatment Clinic at their Harley Street Clinic is used to treat the appearance of a number of skin concerns. However, the most popular use of the treatment is for Pigmentation across a number of different areas on the body. The Laser Treatment Clinic has helped to explain how the treatment works and the results they see when treating pigmentation.  

What is Hyperpigmentation?

Hyperpigmentation is a common skin concern, usually affecting people with dark skin, although it can appear on any skin type and texture. Pigmentation simply refers to the coloring of skin, hyperpigmentation is therefore the appearance of uneven patches of pigmentation across the skin. This could be anywhere from the face, underarms, bikini area, legs, and buttocks. It is not something to be concerned about but can affect the confidence of those who experience it. 

Some causes of Hyperpigmentation are: 

  • Sun Exposure
  • Acne Spots and Blemishes
  • Folliculitis
  • Ingrown Hairs
  • Child-hood Scars
  • Psoriasis
  • Eczema
  • Dermatitis
  • Fungal Infections
  • Rashes

What is Derma White Treatment?

Derma White Treatment is a natural and safe alternative to harsh chemical peels and lightning systems. The Derma White Treatment safely and effectively treats the area of hyperpigmentation to lighten and brighten the skin. Derma White Treatment does not use any bleaching, this is important to note for many people who wish to avoid skin solutions which bleach the skin. The basis of the treatment is a mix of herbs, containing safe enzymes, vitamins, and minerals. This works with your skin to naturally encourage the rejuvenation of skin cells and boost collagen production. 

How Does Derma White Treatment Help Hyperpigmentation?

Derma White Treatment is a form of skin exfoliation which is facilitated by the application of an all-natural advanced peel treatment. It is considered safe and effective for all skin types and a variety of skin concerns, but it is particularly effective on darker skin tones for treating hyperpigmentation without causing irritation or any further pigmentation issues. The exfoliation of the problem area results in skin regeneration and a glowing, brighter appearance. 

Ways to Prevent Hyperpigmentation 

It may seem like there is no way to prevent the occurrence of hyperpigmentation, particularly as it is a result of natural melanin production. You can follow some simple steps to prevent your chances of hyperpigmentation appearing on your skin. 

  • Avoid UV rays
  • Wear SPF daily 
  • A regular skin care routine 
  • Exfoliation and Moisturizing your skin 
  • Speak with a dermatologist or skin expert who can find you products to match your skin’s needs


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