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Author: Leila Tan|2024-3-10

Finding the right way to reduce hyperpigmentation can be a game changer in your skincare routine.


What is hyperpigmentation?

A common disease known as hyperpigmentation or skin pigmentation, causes some parts of the skin to be darker than the others. Spots or patches of skin injuries to hyperpigmentation may be brown, black, gray, red, or pink in color. These spots are also known as liver spots, age spots, and sun spots.

Hyperpigmentation can occur in isolated locations and spread widely around the body. It also does have an impact on the entire body. Although heightened pigmentation is typically not hazardous, it may be a sign of another illness.



Types of hyperpigmentation

There are various forms of hyperpigmentation, including:


It's thought that hormonal changes are what lead to melasma, which can appear during pregnancy. These hyperpigmented spots can form everywhere on the body, but the face and stomach are where they most frequently occur.


Sunspots also known as liver spots or solar lentigines are the typical hyperpigmentation which appears for most . They are connected to long-term, excessive solar exposure. They typically manifest as spots on exposed skin, such as the hands and cheeks.

Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation

This happens as a result of skin damage or inflammation. Acne is known to be a typical contributor to this kind of hyperpigmentation.


Causes of hyperpigmentation


Melanin, a pigment produced by skin cells, is what gives skin its color. They may produce an excessive amount of melanin if those skin cells are harmed or unwell. The melanin may collect in that location and make it appear darker. A skin cell called melanocytes, creates this spot. Your body's ability to produce melanin can be affected by a number of different diseases or circumstances.


Hyperpigmentation may result from some chemotherapy drugs. An adverse effect of various chemotherapy medications can lead to hyperpigmentation.


Some women's melanin synthesis may be impacted by pregnancy's alteration of hormone levels.

Adrenal disorders such as Addison’s disease

Addison's disease, a rare endocrine condition, can cause hyperpigmentation, which is particularly noticeable on the elbows and knees as well as on the face, neck, and other exposed skin areas to sunlight and friction.


A hormone that causes a rise in melanin synthesis is directly responsible for the hyperpigmentation in your body.

Excessive sun exposure

A rise in melanin can also result from too much excess sun exposure too.



Symptoms of hyperpigmentation

The primary signs and symptoms of hyperpigmentation are the darkened patches of skin spots. Patches can appear anywhere on the body and range in size. Sun exposure and inflammation are the two main risk factors for generalized hyperpigmentation since both conditions can enhance melanin production. Your chance of developing more pigmented skin increases with increased sun exposure.


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An expert in dermatology can determine what is causing your hyperpigmentation. To ascertain the full cause of hyperpigmentation, they will ask you about your medical history and perform a physical examination on you. A skin biopsy may help to identify the reason in some circumstances.




Certain hyperpigmentation problems can be treated with topical prescription medicine. The skin-lightening ingredient hydroquinone is typically present in this treatment. However, continuous, long-term use of topical hydroquinone can result in ochronosis which is a darkening of the skin. So, it is advisable to only take topical hydroquinone under the supervision of a dermatologist so that they can properly instruct you on how to use the medication safely.


Miracle Eye Rescue Treatment

The windows to the soul are the eyes. Age, though, might make them appear less radiant. You may appear fatigued and older if you have common eye problems including under-eye bags, fine wrinkles, dark circles, or tear troughs.

In order to effectively improve the appearance of eye bags, eye lines, dark circles, tear troughs, and more, New Beauty introduces the Miracle Eye Rescue Treatment. Radiofrequency (RF) energy of three different wavelengths penetrates deeply into the various skin layers around the eyes, stimulating collagen growth and dissolving eye bag fat.

Benefits of this treatment

Triple Wavelengths RF Energy: Under-eye circles and dark circles are efficiently treated by three separate RF energy wavelengths that emit thermal energy to reach different skin layers.

Stimulates collagen growth: Collagen around the ocular muscles can continuously increase when exposed to radiofrequency (RF). The skin's elastic fiber networks are supported by new collagen, which increases skin elasticity and lessens the appearance of dark circles.

Boost metabolism: The orbicularis muscles' blood circulation can be aided with radiofrequency (RF). In order to remove dark circles, the heat energy can dissolve the fat behind the eyes by natural metabolic clearance.

Non-invasive Treatment: Surgery, injections, or other intrusive procedures are not necessary with this low risk approach. It works well for both lighter and darker skin tones and a variety of skin types.

How does this treatment work?

Step 1: The client's orbits are cleaned before the aesthetic therapist uses RF gel. The therapist will then perform a patch test to see whether the client is suitable for the equipment handpiece and energy intensity. If the customer doesn't exhibit any discomfort, the session won't start.

Step 2: Throughout the process, the therapist keeps an eye on the client's response and modifies the energy level as necessary. The three RF wavelengths penetrate each skin layer in turn (outer, middle, inner). Microcirculation is enhanced by heat for quicker toxin and water excretion.

Step 3: RF is beneficial for eye bags, swollen eyes, and dark circles because its thermal energy can dissolve eye-bag fat. After the treatment technique, thermal energy encourages collagen formation, giving fine wrinkles a plumper appearance.



Exilis Pro Eye Bag Treatment

The innovative under-eye area-specific handpiece for Exilis Pro Eye Bag Therapy emits three wavelengths of radio frequency (RF) and ultrasonic technologies into the orbicularis muscles. Via microcirculation, the energy promotes the metabolic clearance of extra eye bag fat and edema reduction. Moreover, the energy triggers the creation of collagen. Those who are concerned about under eye skin aging indicators, such as eye bags, puffiness, fine lines, dark circles, tear troughs, and more, may get results with this laser treatment too.

Benefits of this treatment

Efficient Results: Exilis Pro Eye Bag Therapy helps diminish fine wrinkles, tighten the skin around the eyes, and cure puffy eyes and dark circles.

Three Major Functions: Enhance the appearance of the skin on the lower eyelids by removing eye bags, under-eye wrinkles, dark circles, and more.

Long term Results: Many kinds of under-eye bags, under-eye wrinkles, and the appearance of dark circles can all be treated with Exilis Pro Eye Bag Treatment. Benefits typically stay longer than with standard eye creams.

Non-Invasive: Most people can benefit from Exilis Pro Eye Bag Therapy because it is non-invasive, requiring no injections (such as hyaluronic acid fillers), incisions (such as an eye lift), or drugs. You get a minor allergic reaction with Exilis Pro.

How does this treatment work?

Step 1: A patch test is performed by the aesthetician to make sure there will be no negative reactions to the RF and ultrasonic energy after the theory and process have been explained.

Step 2: After washing the skin, the therapist gently massages the orbits while emitting RF and ultrasonic heat energy into the orbicularis muscles using the unique probe. The thermal energy seeks to tighten skin and dissolve fat in the eye bag area.

Step 3: Also, the thermal energy should be able to promote blood flow, which is beneficial for lymphatic drainage, which reduces puffiness and dark circles by removing water and toxins. The energy should also aid in the growth of collagen, which firms skin and reduces wrinkles around the eyes.


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How to treat hyperpigmentation at home

Simple home remedies for hyperpigmentation may be effective in many cases. Home remedies either try to protect and replenish the cells or aim to replace hyperpigmented cells with new, healthy ones.

Apple cider vinegar

Apple cider vinegar is frequently used on the skin in an effort to reduce undesirable pigmentation. Acetic acid, a component of apple cider vinegar, has the potential to occasionally function as a mild chemical peel. Yet, there isn't much concrete proof that apple cider vinegar can treat hyperpigmentation. It might be beneficial to certain people, but they must use the product properly.

Apply a solution of one part apple cider vinegar to one part water to the evenly pigmented skin area for a few minutes twice daily to employ this cure. After that, thoroughly rinse the area. Watch out for any symptoms of irritation, and cease applying the vinegar if any develop.

Yogurt or milk

Lactic acid, a typical component of chemical skin peels, is found in milk and yogurt. These foods may also assist with moderate hyperpigmentation. Home remedies that may be effective include directly applying yogurt or milk to the pigmented region or soaking a cotton ball in milk and applying it to the affected area.

After letting the yogurt or milk sit for a little while, people should properly cleanse the area and apply moisturizer. Some people may see improvement in their skin spots by performing this procedure twice daily.

Green tea

In rare situations, green tea and its primary active component, epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG), may help change the pigmentation of the skin. The authors do point out that additional human research is required to validate these notions.

For those who desire to use this treatment, applying a wet green tea bag to the pigmented area for a short period of time each day or taking an oral EGCG supplement may be beneficial.



How to prevent or reduce hyperpigmentation

Spend less time in the sun

Always shield your skin from the harmful uv rays to delay the onset of hyperpigmentation. This calls for the use of high-quality sunscreen with a minimum SPF of 30 or higher. All sun-exposed regions should have sunscreen applied liberally, and it should be reapplied every two hours. In addition to using high-quality sunscreen, wearing protective clothes is a crucial recommendation to prevent sun-induced hyperpigmentation. To protect yourself from direct sun exposure, wear caps and sunglasses. Reducing the amount of time you spend in the sun is another way to avoid hyperpigmentation.

Keep Your Hands Off the Distressed Area

Picking at your pimples and scabs encourages bacterial growth, so you must refrain from doing so. New bacteria can exacerbate acne and cause hyperpigmentation, the formation of scars, and the development of dark patches.


The secret to erasing the obstinate dark patches is exfoliation. It is best to use a chemical exfoliator since it can remove dead skin cells from deeper layers of the skin, encourage cell turnover, brighten the skin's tone, and reduce dark spots.


When to see a doctor

People may want to consult a doctor for a complete diagnosis and treatment if hyperpigmentation does not go away after trying these home remedies. The underlying medical cause, if any, will determine the course of treatment.




Skin care requires a lot of effort. Regrettably, and to our detriment, we all have a tendency to overlook our skin when we are young. When skin lesions result from prolonged exposure to sunlight, they are challenging to treat. Preventing kids from developing it in the first place is a much better approach.

You might visit a doctor to discuss further medicinal options if natural treatments for pigmentation are unsuccessful. Everyone who is worried about their skin problems or who thinks there may be an underlying issue should schedule an appointment to be certain. There are many treatment options available from laser treatments, chemical peels to OTC medication like kojic acid so do not worry much.


How much time will my hyperpigmentation last?

Hyperpigmentation can be considered as a lifelong condition. Some black spots can be removed or lessened with treatments. But it could take them a few months or a year to start working. And over time, new blemishes may develop, particularly if you don't use sun protection.

Who is prone to hyperpigmentation?

Everyone can develop hyperpigmentation, regardless of color or ethnicity.

Does pigmentation therapy hurt?

During treatment, you can feel a slight tingle. The topical anesthetic will assist to numb the skin prior to the treatment, depending on the extent of the therapy.


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