How can i remove all brown spot from my face?
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Removing brown spots from pimples in the act acne process.
Removing brown spots from pimples from the acne process. Brown spots are more prevalent in certain skin types and certain ethnicities. If you have dark hair and light skin you are more likely to have hyperpigmentation. Basically what this says is really just the melanocytes reacting to the inflammation. Most the time these spots and hyperpigmentation areas are temporary. They become permanent when these injuries occur in a deeper layer. When this hyperpigmentation is permanent then you have to do something more aggressive. If the pigmentation is more superficial you can get away with improving them through aggressive skin care. But if it's more significant and deeper than you are going to be required to do something more aggressive such as laser resurfacing or deep chemical peeling to improve the hyperpigmentation.
Brown Spots fromAcne
Depending on your skin type either Fraxel, Clear and Brilliant, or chemical peels will fix this problem for you. Please consult an expert. Best, Dr. Green
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Brown Spots or hyperpigmented
skin is a result of overactive melanocytes. When you have a trauma to the skin,
pimple, or sun damage, the melanocytes go into "over drive" resulting
in brown spots. Depending on how severe they are you can treat them in many
different ways. Hydroquinone, chemical peels, light therapy, and topical serums.
In some cases it can be melasma, and this would be treated in a different way.
For the best outcome I would recommend going to see a Board Certified Plastic
Surgeon for an individualized treatment plan.
Facial Aging and Lasers like Fraxel/Clear + Brilliant, RF like VIVA, Peels, Fillers, Skin Care, Face Lift, Fat Injections
PIH after acne
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