Generally, the hyperpigmentation of prior acne, pimples, or other blemishes can diminish with time, but can leave behind uneven skin texture and color. Additionally, post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH) typically results from your skin producing more melanin, a natural pigment that determines eye and hair color, as a reaction to damage or irritation. A disruption like this could cause melanin to leak and become entrapped in the dermis. At Medrein Health & Aesthetics, we offer a number of solutions from skin lightening to post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation treatment to help resurface fresh, youthful looking skin.
Skin tone/color is a result of the amount of Melanin production from Melanocytes. Hence the skin tone/color variations depend on the amount, size and functioning of Melanocytes.
Based on the skin biopsy results and the patient’s health status, our team of aestheticians, led by board-certified aesthetic physician Dr. Haritha Mikkilineni (Dr. Mikki), will decide on the treatment plan that may include one or a combination of the following procedures:
Uneven skin tone could be from multiple reasons, our team led by Dr. Haritha Mikkilineni, provides a number of customizable therapy options that are supported by cutting-edge technology. Our physician-owned practice allows for the most holistic approach to your health and beauty journey with a commitment to the well-being of our patients.
Patience is key in the treatment of hyperpigmentation. Our staff at Medrein Health & Aesthetics are trained to address your aesthetic needs and ensure that the highest standards of safety are met. Dr. Mikki will provide you with all the tips for a safe and fast recovery.
Medrein Health & Aesthetics is Southlake’s most exclusive medical spa and offers the latest technology and procedures to enhance patient wellness, aging, sexual health, and aesthetics. Apart from our expertise in various cutting-edge technology, patients are at the forefront of what we do. Our aesthetic physician Haritha Mikkilineni (Dr. Mikki), MD, and our team of experts utilize the award-winning StarWalker® picosecond laser technology for highly effective anti-aging results. Make an appointment with us and have your hyperpigmentation issues resolved today.
While PIH can eventually resolve and fade away, it is difficult to say when that might happen. It can take anywhere from three months to two years, depending on the size and darkness of the discolored area. Additionally, there is a possibility that fresh spots can appear or that your PIH will reappear after fading.
There are a number of natural at-home remedies for depigmentation. However, their efficacy varies greatly. If your PIH is strong and covers a larger surface area, it might be best to visit a professional to seek the right course of action.
It is difficult to completely prevent PIH. The intensity of post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation, however, can be prevented or lessened with a judicious approach to sun protection: Wearing protective clothing and limiting your time in the sun may help lessen its severity.
The cost for PIH laser treatments depends upon various factors. Since hyperpigmentation differs in each person, we recommend consulting with Medrein Health and Aesthetics for the exact cost of your specific treatment.
Our skin-lightening treatments (topical creams, laser, chemical peels, and glutathione antioxidants) are considered safe as they increase collagen and elastin while reducing melanin production to treat various skin concerns.
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