What is Hyperpigmentation?
Hyperpigmentation occurs when pigment-producing skin cells, called melanocytes, begin to produce too much pigment. Common causes include inflammation and/or trauma to the skin, medications, contact with certain cosmetics or plants, and melasma. Pigmentation that follows trauma to the skin, such as a cut, burn, abrasion, surgical incision, or inflammation in the skin, such as after a rash, acne, or severe skin dryness, is known as post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation. During your consultation, your provider will diagnose the underlying cause and customize a treatment plan to fit your individual needs.
- Medical grade peels
- Diamond glow
Medical grade skincare Products
- Protective clothing