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The most effective ways to treat pigmentation with Dermoperfection

Skin pigmentation issues are a very common and most often harmless concern, but we know these can knock your confidence, so we are here to help restore self-love in your skin!

What causes pigmentation issues? The main causes of pigmentation issues, such as hyperpigmentation, is sun exposure, inflammation and pregnancy.

Dermoperfection is a specialist medical skin and cosmetic clinic, with clinicians who have years of experience treating pigmentation.

A few of our top treatment recommendations include:

Microneedling

Using the Mesoestetic m.pen[pro], we use Microneedling to create microchannels to allow for maximum absorption of active ingredients! We will then use the depigmentation solution, which inhibits tyrosinase, the enzyme that produces melanin.

Following your Microneedling treatment, you can expect your skin to be brightened and corrected!

DiamondGlow

Our hugely popular 3in1 hydrafacial extracts, exfoliates and infuses the skin to restore your glow! This then delivers serum infusion into your skin – the SkinMedica Even & Correct Advanced Brightening serum will correct hyperpigmentation and dark spots through glycolic and phytic acids.

PCA Skin peels

We loved the world renowned PCA Skin skin peels for reducing pigmentation – these contain hydroquinone, which helps even out skin tone. We offer both the PCA Skin NoPeel Peel and PCA Skin Perfecting Peel at our Birmingham skin clinic!

Medical grade skincare

Take your pigmentation home remedies to the next level with the medical grade skincare range at Dermoperfection!

Retinoids have become a hot skincare favourite recently, and these have been approved for addressing pigmentation disorders like hyperpigmentation and melasma. For retinoids, we recommend the Obagi Tretinoin range (we are an Obagi ambassador clinic here in Birmingham).

Vitamin C is another must-try for treating pigmentation issues, as this works to inhibit tyrosinase. The Obagi Professional-C is rich in Vitamin C – there’s even an SPF, and since sun damage can cause pigmentation issues, it’s ideal to take preventative measures too.

As always, if you need more treatment or skincare advice for hyperpigmentation, melasma and other pigmentation concerns, get in touch with our expert Birmingham team. We can’t wait to unlock “the best version of you” without the worry of pigmentation!

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