The skin is the largest external organ that is distributed throughout the body and acts as a safety warehouse for the underlying bones and muscles and safeguards from microorganisms. It is made up of various layers that contain collagen fibers to provide skin elasticity. The most important layers of the skin are:
It is the outermost layer of the skin that acts as a protective barrier by preventing bacteria from entering the bloodstream and causing infection. In addition, this layer undergoes continuous regeneration by shedding old and dead skin cells and forming new cells.
The dermis is sandwiched between the outer and the inner layer. It contains specialized proteins called elastin and collagen that provide strength and resilience to the skin. The roots of the hair follicles have their origin in the dermis. In addition, they also carry nerve receptors that act as warning signs when we touch a cold or hot surface. In addition, it contains oil glands that help to provide moisture to the skin and sweat glands that help to regulate the body temperature.
It is the innermost layer of the skin that cushions the muscles and bones. It also carries nerves and blood vessels that are essential to maintain healthy skin by receiving adequate oxygen supply.
The skin is made up of a specialized cell pigment called melanin, which is found in the epidermal layer and is responsible for the varying color tones specific to each individual. Damage to these cells could affect melanin production resulting in uneven skin tone or hyperpigmentation. These irregular skin patches may be confined to a particular area or distributed throughout the body. There are two major types of pigmentation disorder.
Increased pigmentation in a particular spot compared to the surrounding skin is called hyperpigmentation.
Decreased pigmentation or absence of pigmentation in a particular spot is called hypopigmentation or depigmentation.
Living in a tropical country, it isn't easy to stay away from sun exposure. Constant sun and UV exposure can heavily damage the skin and cause hyperpigmentation in the face. Limiting sun exposure and applying sunscreen can limit extensive skin damage. La Belle provides the best pigmentation treatment in Hyderabad that fades away the tan and restores an even skin tone.
Women are highly prone to skin pigmentation due to hormonal imbalances. This is due to high levels of estrogen and progesterone, which significantly causes the overproduction of melanin. Pregnant women are more susceptible to skin pigmentations due to the constant variations in their hormone levels.
Certain genetic and hereditary skin disorders like albinism, vitiligo, and other conditions may cause hypo or hyper skin pigmentation.
Freckles occur due to excessive melanin production and are harmless pigmentations. Lasers and skin peels are effective in treating freckles.
Melasma is a skin condition caused due to UV light and appears as dark patches. It is evenly distributed in the face and may also be caused due to malnutrition.
They are commonly addressed as sun spots and may be distributed in any part of the body. They vary in color ranging from light brown to black. Individuals with lighter skin tones are commonly affected by sun spots due to UV exposure. They have to be carefully monitored, as they have a higher risk of developing cancer.
Post-inflammatory Hyperpigmentation (PIH)
Experiencing PIH is common post-acne, burn, or injury. They appear as skin patches and may take time to get rid of.
Consulting us at La Belle is the best solution for pigmentation treatment in Hyderabad. We provide a holistic approach to the condition rather than merely treating the superficial pigments. We dive deep to understand the root cause of the skin condition and suggest treatment accordingly. It is better to avoid over-the-counter medications and self-medications to save you from complicating a condition that could be easily treated in the early stages.
A laser is a short beam of laser light that acts on the epidermis and dermis of the skin. It removes away the dark spots or hyperpigmentation with selective heat. This helps in skin rejuvenation and aids in the formation of new skin. The laser treatment for pigmentation cost in Hyderabad provided by La Belle is quite affordable.
Chemical peels are composed of salicylic and glycolic acids. It peels off the epidermis, the top layer of the skin. It is common to experience slight redness and photosensitivity post-treatment for a few days. Hence, avoiding direct sunlight and using sun blockers regularly is recommended.
The uneven skin tone and deep scars are scraped off with the help of a minimally abrasive instrument. Scraping the skin causes minimal bleeding, which helps trick the brain into forming new skin cells. As a result, it helps treat pigmentation, scars, and wrinkles.
Pigmentations are of significant concern irrespective of an individual's age and gender. We take personal care to treat each individual in a completely sterile environment and ensure they sway away with flawless skin. Hence, to provide easy accessibility and treatment for all, La Belle has various branches distributed in the cities of Chennai, Bangalore, and Hyderabad. Hyderabad harbors five branches around the city.
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I've taken treatment for skin and slimming and after taking treatment for skin my black spots got reduced and I can give 5 out of 5 for that but slimming I didn't notice any changes
I have taken skin treatment and hair treatment here in Labelle. I really like the way the staff is cooperative. I get my lasers session done by Sravanthi. she is very kind and humble. She also contact after sessions to check about the results. Keeps me updated about the upcoming sessions. I am glad that I chose Labelle for the treatment
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