All you need to know about skin pigmentation
What is pigmentation? The skin experts in Winchester’s Sparx beauty salon explain all…
Age spots, dark spots, skin discolouration – what is pigmentation? Pigmentation is the natural colour of a person’s skin. The skin is protected by melanin which can change in colour and appaerance when it absorbs the sun’s ultraviolet rays (UVR).
The good news is that we have a number of effective treatments at Sparx Beauty which can lighten all types of skin pigmentation.
Why not book in for a skin consultation with one of our highly skilled therapists by calling our Winchester salon on 01962 878979.
What is Hyperpigmentation?
Most commonly seen in people with darker skin, hyperpigmentation is seen in small areas of skin and caused by the increased production of melanin.
What is Photodamage?
Photodamage is damage to the skin caused by U.V rays regardless of if you intentionally expose yourself to the sun or not. It can be seen in different ways such as freckles, age spots and uneven skin tone.
What is Melasma?
Melasma is a common skin problem when brown patches appear on areas of the skin. Most often seen on the forehead, cheeks and chin, however light to dark brown pigmentation can be seen on all areas of the face.
What is Post-Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation (PIH)
Often seen after a trauma to the skin, Post-Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation (PIH) is the skin’s natural response to inflammation. Dark marks or discolored spots on the skin are left behind after common causes such as acne, eczema and psoriasis.
Reduce Appearance of Age Spots & Pigmentation at Sparx Beauty, Winchester
Why not book in for a skin consultation with one of our highly skilled therapists by calling our Winchester beauty & aesthetics salon on 01962 878979. We offer Microdermabrasion – a superb skin resurfacing treatment that will leave your skin looking brighter, younger and less blemished. It is especially suited to ageing, dry, oily, dull, congested or blemished skin as it will improve the appearance of pigmentation, scarring, fine lines and open pores.