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Jude Bellingham hyperpigmentation.

Jude Bellingham: pigmentation explained

It’s a Euros summer, and all eyes are on the England team, especially Birmingham’s very own Jude Bellingham!

Alongside being one of the tournament’s most promising players, fans have also noticed darker patches on his skin, particularly around the cheeks and forehead.

Jude Bellingham pigmentation.

What is hyperpigmentation?

Hyperpigmentation is a common, harmless condition where patches of the skin become darker than the surrounding areas. This can be a result of:

  • Skin tone – darker skin tones are more likely to experience hyperpigmentation.
  • Sun exposure 
  • Hormonal changes
  • Age
  • Genetics, and more.

With Jude’s skin tone and sun exposure due to his job being outside, this makes him more susceptible to pigmentation concerns. Melasma is also a very common pigmentation issue during your 20s.

He’s not the only famous face that’s experienced this skin concern. The likes of Kim Kardashian, Jenna Dewan, Olivia Munn and more have also had hyperpigmentation, melasma and related concerns.

How can hyperpigmentation be treated?

There are many simple and highly effective solutions to tackle hyperpigmentation, both at home and in-clinic at Dermoperfection!

Our skincare recommendations include:

  • Wearing SPF daily: of course, this is essential even if you don’t have pigmentation concerns! This protects against UVA and UVB rays, thus preventing overproduction of melanin. 
  • Choosing hyperpigmentation tailored products: we are both an Obagi and PCA Skin ambassador clinic in Birmingham, so you can expect only the best products to add to your routine. 

Check out our full skincare range here.

Our treatment recommendations include:

  • HydraFacial Syndeo: choose from a curated selection of HydraFacial boosters to minimise hyperpigmentation, and brighten, balance and smooth the skin. This 3in1 facial will then leave your skin GLOWING!
  • SQT Bio Microneedling: microneedling has always been a pigmentation-busting favourite, and you can take it to the next level at Dermoperfection! Using freshwater sponge as microneedles, this is a 100% natural treatment. Plus, it gives amazing results in treating hyperpigmentation, melasma, uneven skin tone and more.
  • PCA Skin peels: uncover your hyperpigmentation-free skin with a gentle but powerful peel! We offer the PCA Skin Perfecting Peel and NoPeel Peel for all-round rejuvenation, or try the Pigment Correct Peel. This peel achieves a 17% reduction in hyperpigmentation after only one treatment. 
  • Mesoestetic Microneedling: patients LOVE the versatility of this microneedling treatment, as you can choose your own c.prof solution based on your skin concerns. The depigmentation solution does exactly as it says – reduces hyperpigmentation whilst also brightening and evening out the skin tone. 

This is just a selection of our in-demand hyperpigmentation treatments, however our trusted West Midlands clinicians can make bespoke suggestions during a consultation.

We can’t wait to see you at our Birmingham clinic so you can say goodbye to your pigmentation hang-ups for once and for all!

Cover image: UEFA / Getty Images

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