Pigmentation may occur because of different reasons such as exposure to the sun, ageing, skin inflammation, injury, hormonal changes, and pregnancy. As the skin is one of the most sensitive parts of the body, people tend to get worried and harbor a lot of questions about pigmentation treatment that beg serious answers. Having said that, here are the answers to the some of the frequently asked questions about pigmentation treatment.
How do I avoid pigmentation?
If you want to protect your skin from pigmentation, you must avoid too much exposure to the sun. If your work requires you to go out in the sun, and avoiding it is not possible, use sunscreens and creams that help protect your skin from UVA and UVB rays. Besides that, you can also wear hats, sunglasses and clothes that protect your skin from the sun.
What diseases are related to pigmentation?
Some of the common medical conditions associated with pigmentation include.
- Addison’s disease
- Smoker’s melanosis
- Celiac disease
- Cushing’s disease
Can pigmentation be cancerous?
Yes, pigmentation can be cancerous. Too much exposure to the sun’s (UV rays) leads to Malignant melanoma, which is a type of skin cancer. In this type of cancer, the melanomas begin to occur in moles. If there is a dark spot that gets darker with time, then it is advisable that you see a doctor as soon as possible as this might be a malignant spot. Note – As this type of cancer is caused mainly due to exposure to sun, the best way to prevent it is to avoid exposure to the sun as much as possible.
How do I Get Rid of Pigmentation Naturally?
This may surprise you, but some of the most effective treatments for pigmentation can be prepared right in the comfort of your home. These home remedies are not just cost effective, but 100 percent natural, too. Rubbing a slice of lemon on the affected area, for instance, is one effective DIY treatment for pigmentation. Similarly, natural products such as milk, Aloe vera, and honey also help in pigmentation treatment.
How else can i get rid of pigmentation?
Besides the above mentioned home remedies, there are various other solutions that can help get rid of pigmentation such as cosmetics, medical procedures, medications, and chemical peels. Cosmetics, for instance, are a temporary solution that can help you hide your dark spots or affected areas, immediately. Other options such as medication and medical treatments may require time, before you get enduring results.
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