Looking for face pigmentation treatment
Sun spots are a direct result of accumulated sun damage, which triggers melanin-producing cells in the skin to lose control and produce too much pigment as a defence mechanism - on the face and chest, in particular, but also the arms and the backs of the hands, where they’re harder to conceal. Fairer skins are most susceptible - and against a paler background, age spots shows up more too. So be sure to smooth up your morning SPF into the whole face.
So before you go for a treatment, lets see how can we first stop the further damage and then go for the treatment.
Never venture out without an SPF 30 or over: It should prevent the spots you have from getting any worse, and may actually go some way towards slightly fading them. Hand cream with a built-in SPF can be super useful on the backs on hand/ forearms. If you tend to spend a lot of time outdoors, apply regular sunscreen to these vulnerable zones.
Wear a hat: If you have sun spots, or want to avoid their appearances, always wear a hat - fairly tightly-woven.
Keep an eye on your moles: If you notice changes in colour (especially if moles are bicoloured), size, height or shape, or they bleed, ooze, itch, appear scaly, or become tender and/ or painful, consult your doctor or dermatologist.
Carefully select your perfumes: Some perfumes specially citrus based can cause permanent pigmentation problem when contacted with sunlight, like dark streaks or patches. So, during summer, apply perfumes only in evenings if possible, or at places where there won’t be any contact with sun.
As a treatment, you can use good sunscreen and pigmentation creams.