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Pigmentation is your skins way of protecting itself, but when you look in a mirror, it’s simply an unwanted and unslightly annoyance. Pigmentation or dark spots that appear when a spot or blemish disappears are called ‘post-inflammatory pigmentation’.
Pigmentation or dark spots come into existence when your skin has been damaged in some way. The area within which they form is inflamed. Then, when the sunlight hits the inflamed area, it turns immediately darker.
Have a look at the science behind these skin patches and read about possible options for
In a word, yes! Microdermabrasion has been cited as one of the more effective ways (along with gentle acid peels) in helping to reduce acne and acne scarring. Take it from me as I've suffered from bad skin - microdermabrasion treatments have gradually become the first choice for many people who are searching for an acne cure that helps correct acne scarring.
Surveys suggest that 95% of adolescents and adults suffer with an acne scarring problems, so you should know that you’re not alone in your quest to find a cure!
Both microdermabrasion and chemical peels work by removing the top layer of dead skin, revealing the new, fresh and radiant skin underneath. Both beauty procedures aim to help clients rid themselves of irritating and unsightly acne scars, fine lines, uneven skin tones, pigmentation and blocked pores.
We're often asked about the differences in the treatments, the intensity and the recovy time. So here you go - a crash course on whether it's laser resurfacing or microdermabrasion which will be best for you blocked pores...