Everything You Need To Know About Hyperpigmentation – And How To Treat It

Everything You Need To Know About Hyperpigmentation – And How To Treat It

Are there dark patches on your skin that you can’t seem to get rid of?

Hyperpigmentation is one of the biggest skin concerns for women. It is a common, but harmless condition in which patches of skin are darker than its surrounding areas. This occurs when an excess of melanin, the brown pigment that produces normal skin colour, forms deposits.

Being exposed to excess UV radiation from the sun, creates a buildup of darker cells that act as a protector in that specific over-exposed area.

In other cases, genetics, acne, hormonal changes, and lack of proper skincare regimen can also lead to hyperpigmentation.

Treating Hyperpigmentation

Although there are many ways to treat hyperpigmentation, it’s important to choose a treatment that effectively targets pigmented skin with long lasting results.

Our Nimune Glycolic Treatment is a dynamic facial skin restoration treatment, and is highly recommended for hyperpigmented and tough skin.

How Does Nimune Glycolic Treatment Work?

The primary reason behind hyperpigmentation is the overproduction of melanin. The glycolic peel prevents excess melanin production by inhibiting the enzyme tyrosinase, while protecting the skin from harmful elements such as UV rays.

The active ingredients present in the peel also help in controlling and reducing skin damage caused by free radicals.

Results To Expect

  • Improvement in existing hyperpigmentation
  • Reduction in the appearance of new pigmentation
  • Increased uniformity of the complexion
  • Increased radiance and clarity
  • Smoother and softer skin
  • Improvement in overall skin health

The Nimune Glycolic Acid Treatment also works best for acne-prone and worn-out skin. For enhanced results, we customize the treatment depending on your skin type.

Call us on 04 330 64 64 to book an appointment for Nimune Glycolic Acid Treatment at Ivory Aesthetics today!


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