In cases where the skin has been darkened in areas, due to an over-production of melanin within the skin, a variety of topical treatments have been used to hyperpigmentation, with varying degrees of success. we can offer topical treatments, either in the forms of topical medication, include hydroquinone, prescription retinol (vitamin A) cream, corticosteroids, glycolic acid, and azelaic acid.
Additionally, at-home-use skincare or clinical treatments such as dermal peels have been used successfully to enhance the result of the treatments are also available. All of which are of the highest quality and cannot be bought over the counter in shops, chemists, or supermarkets.
For hypopigmentation, treatment depends on the severity of the condition. Our doctor will make a diagnosis and evaluate the severity of the conditions. They may recommend topical creams, ultraviolet light therapy, or oral medication to help restore skin colour and stop the spread of white patches.
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