Hyperpigmentation

The Main Causes of Skin Hyperpigmentation

March 27, 2012

The Main Causes of Skin Hyperpigmentation Hyperpigmentation of the skin is usually characterized by uneven complexion, freckles, age spots, and dark spots. Basically, hyperpigmentation is the uneven and high production of melanin in the skin. Nonetheless, there are various causes of hyperpigmentation of the skin. Learning the condition of your skin is essential whether or [...]

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Citric Acid Hyperpigmentation

March 11, 2012

Citric Acid Hyperpigmentation Hyperpigmentation is a common skin condition. It has a way of bringing about the discoloration of the skin and it may turn your skin to something having the same appearance like that of a leopard. There are times that the hyperpigmentation will be so numerous one the skin and it may even [...]

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Hyperpigmentation of the Skin and its Causes

January 27, 2012

Hyperpigmentation of the Skin and its Causes Uneven complexion, age spots, freckles and dark spots are the usual signs of hyperpigmentation of the skin. Basically, hyperpigmentation is the uneven and high production of melanin in the skin. However, there are still other causes of hyperpigmentation of the skin. If you are having dark spots on [...]

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Causes Of Hyper Pigmentation

June 16, 2011

Causes Of Hyper Pigmentation Hyper pigmentation is a skin darkening disease in which patches of the skin become darker in tone than others. Usually it happens after the age of 40. But now it’s also causing troubles in early ages and in children. To fully understand the causes of hyperpigmentation, you must know about the [...]

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Causes Of Hyperpigmentation

February 21, 2011

Hyperpigmentation refers to any condition in which the skin forms dark patches or areas of the skin darken in contrast to the surrounding skin. Most people associate hyperpigmentation with exposure to the sun only but it has many causes and comes in many forms.

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Hyper Pigmentation

October 21, 2010

Hyper Pigmentation Hyper pigmentation is the condition where the skin darkens in patches due to an overproduction of the skin pigment, melanin. Melanin is the pigment responsible for giving the skin its color. People of African have more melanin as compared to Caucasian people. This means they have more chances of developing hyper pigmentation complications. [...]

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Hyperpigmentation & Liver Spots

October 15, 2010

Hyperpigmentation & Liver Spots Liver spots are a skin condition that results from hyperpigmentation. They are harmless but may be agonizing for those who are conscious about the way they look. This condition is also known as senile lentigines. They are similar to freckles but can be a bit bigger in appearance. This condition is [...]

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Hyperpigmentation

October 10, 2010

Hyperpigmentation Hyperpigmentation is a condition whereby the skin darkens in areas and is clearly different from the surrounding skin. This condition may be as a result of an excess in production of melanin. This is the pigment that gives the skin its color. It’s found in abundance in darker skinned people because the more the [...]

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Liver Spots & Hyperpigmentation

September 27, 2010

Liver Spots & Hyperpigmentation Hyperpigmentation is a condition in which the skin darkens as a result of the overproduction of melanin which causes it to darken. Hyperpigmentation comes in many forms and can be caused by many things. One of the most common forms of hyperpigmentation is liver spots also known as age spots or [...]

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What You Need to Know About Hyperpigmentation

June 7, 2010

Hyperpigmentation refers to the darkening of a specific part or parts of one’s skin which is caused by the increased production of melanin. Hyperpigmentation has been found to be mainly caused by damage from too much sun exposure, skin inflammation, or other injuries on the skin and sometimes can be caused by an underlying illness.

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