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Hyper-pigmentation? Show It The Way Out Already Today!



Look back for a second and see what you tried to get rid of Hyper-pigmentation.

It’s definitely multiple ways starting from expensive medications finishing with prayers before bedtime.


While thousands of people are suffering from discoloring of the skin, sun sensitivity, not bright skin tone, early signs of aging, rush heated up by Bangkok weather, and pollution, the solution is simpler than many think.


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Before we discuss simple and effective routine options, let's consider the reasons for Hyperpigmentation.

Types of hyperpigmentation

Melasma. Melasma is believed to be caused by hormonal changes and may develop during pregnancy. Areas of hyperpigmentation can appear on any area of the body, but they appear most commonly on the stomach and face.

Sunspots. Also called solar lentigines, sunspots are common. They’re related to excess sun exposure over time. Generally, they appear as spots on areas exposed to the sun, like the hands and face.

Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation. This is a result of injury or inflammation to the skin. A common cause of this type is acne.

What are the symptoms and risk factors? Darkened areas on the skin are the main symptoms of hyperpigmentation. Patches can vary in size and develop anywhere on the body. The biggest risk factors for general hyperpigmentation are sun exposure and inflammation, as both situations can increase melanin production. The greater your exposure to the sun, the greater your risk of increased skin pigmentation. Depending on the type of disorder, other risk factors for hyperpigmented patches may include: oral contraceptive use or pregnancy, as seen with melasma darker skin type, which is more prone to pigmentation changes drugs that increase your sensitivity to the sunlight trauma to the skin, such as a wound or superficial burn injury or acne.

If there is not much we can do in situations with melasma, as being the result of hormonal natural misbalance, we