Just like acne, pigmentation is a common skin problem that most people face at some or the other point in their life. Darkening of certain spots on the skin can be referred to as pigmentation.
While most pigmentation spots fade away on their own, the process is slow. Everyone wants clear, even and glowing skin, right? So, if you have pigmentation spots on your body, stop hiding them under long skirts and full-sleeved tops, and follow these tips instead.
Before we tell you how to correct it, we will first tell you how to prevent it. Still limiting the application of sunscreen to your face? That’s the biggest mistake you’re making. Don’t neglect your hands, feet, lips, ears, neck and all other exposed parts of the body while applying sunscreen. Sun damage is one of the major causes of pigmentation and hence it’s necessary to apply sunscreen all year long. Wear a sunscreen with a minimum SPF value of 30.
Q Switched NdYAG Laser
This type of laser that is classically used to remove unwanted tattoos can also be applied to unwanted spots on the back. Q Switched NdYAG Laser energy targets the melanin in the hyperpigmented spots and results in gradual fading and lightening of the dark spots. Typically 2-4 treatments are required to achieve the optimal results.
If you are troubled with dark spots on your back and think that Q switched laser may be the right treatment for you, book an appointment with us today.