POST INFLAMATORY HYPERPIGMENTATION

POST INFLAMATORY HYPERPIGMENTATION

Hyperpigmentation occurs when there is an increase in melanin production, whether internally or externally. This results in skin discoloration especially on areas frequently exposed to the sun. Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH) manifest as small, flat spots of discoloration or larger patches of dark skin. Depending on the skin tone and severity of the condition, they may range in color from red, pink, brown or black. People who suffer from acne and those with darker skin tones are more prone to PIH. Any injuries to the epidermal and dermal layer of the skin has the potential to trigger PIH.

We can help:

Our team will conduct a full assessment of your condition to ascertain the cause of the PIH. Based on the severity and extent of the condition, we would be able to recommend the necessary treatment to speed up the recovery and resolve the PIH without any scars.