Skin pigmentation refers to the darkening of the skin due to excessive production of a pigment called melanin. Issues arise when melanin is unevenly distributed, leading to conditions like dark patches or melasma.
Skin pigmentation problems can be triggered by a number of factors including sun exposure, hormonal changes, skin injuries, inflammation, or certain medications. Conditions like melasma and post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation are common types of skin pigmentation disorders.
What are common symptoms of
- Dark spots or patches on the skin
- Changes in skin colour following acne or eczema
- Freckles, age spots, or melasma, often in sun-exposed areas
- Sudden or gradual changes in overall skin colour
- Uneven skin tone
Why You Might Consider Treating
Addressing skin pigmentation can renew your overall appearance and unveil your true confidence—inside and out. Many people seek treatment to:
✔ Improve skin balance and tone
✔ Boost self-esteem and confidence
✔ Promote skin health and resilience
✔ Prevent further pigmentation changes
How Atlantic Skin Care Can Help With
What treatments are available for skin pigmentation?
Atlantic Skin Care offers a variety of safe and minimally-invasive treatments for skin pigmentation, including microneedling, chemical peels, laser treatments, intense pulsed light (IPL) therapy, and personalized skin care advice.
Is treatment for skin pigmentation painful?
Most treatments involve minimal discomfort. Our medical professionals take great care to ensure your comfort during any procedure.
How many treatments will I need?
The number of treatments depends on the extent and type of pigmentation and your skin type. Our expert team will provide a personalized treatment plan to help you achieve optimal results.
Can skin pigmentation be completely cured?
While some forms of skin pigmentation can be significantly improved, others may require ongoing management. Our experienced team will guide you on what to expect based on your unique requirements.