Specialised cells in the skin produce the pigment melanin, which gives our skin its colour. If these cells become damaged, generally due to sun exposure, the pigment in our skin may be affected, resulting in uneven skin tone.
Changes in hormone levels, such as pregnancy, may also impact on melanin production. Many women may experience the ‘mask of pregnancy’ or melasma resulting from this change in melanin production.
Depending on the type of pigmentation, we may be able to minimise it with the use of –
Along with a specialised product routine.
It’s important to know that pigmentation may be reduced over time, however it will often not be able to be removed completely.
As pigmentation is a very case-by-case skin concern, we recommend coming in for a consultation with one of our skin therapists to determine the best treatment for you