The skin consists of two main layers, the epidermis which is the upper layer and the dermis which is the lower layer. Within the lowest layer of the epidermis are cells called melanocytes, which are responsible for producing the pigment called melanin. This melanin production is what gives our skin its genetically predetermined colour and when overstimulated, can produce excess pigmentation.
So how do you know what type of pigmentation you have and how to treat it? The best way is to have a comprehensive skin assessment by a medical professional.
Treating pigmentation of any kind in the skin can be complicated and there are many options. Often using a combination of technologies yields better, longer lasting results and this is why it pays to go to a medical professional with access to multiple technologies. One laser doesn’t fix all in this case! Melasma, being hormonally stimulated, is particularly difficult to treat as too aggressive or inappropriate treatment can often exacerbate the condition.
On individual case basis, depending upon dermal or epidermal or mixed pigmentation on analysis Can be managed with the help of chemical peels, ND-YAG q switched laser, oral and topical medications & daily care.
Yag Laser provides 3 unique handpieces such as the Zoom Handpiece( 1 -10 mm), Fractional Handpiece (5 x 5 mm²) & Collimator Handpiece (7 mm). Fractional Handpiece can reduce the pain / side effects remarkably during or after the Collimator Handpiece cover bigger areas in much short time & designed for Soft Peeling for improving the skin texture.
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