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There are two primary forms of pigmentation: hyperpigmentation, which manifests as darker patches on the skin, and hypopigmentation, which manifests as lighter patches.


Pigmentation occurs when imbalances of melanin and skin disorders lead to inconsistent colouration and patterning on the skin’s surface. Pigmentation can result in blotches upon a person’s skin as their body overproduces melanin, the pigment that provides our skin with colour. For some, this overproduction is due to ageing or sun damage; for others, it could be due to illness, injury or medication.

Excessive production of melanin, the pigment responsible for skin colour, is the primary cause of hyperpigmentation. Sun exposure can trigger an increase in melanin production, resulting in uneven and darker patches of skin commonly observed on the face, hands, arms, and shoulders. However, hormonal changes, particularly during pregnancy, may also contribute to hyperpigmentation, explaining why it is more prevalent in women than men.

On the other hand, hypopigmentation is typically caused by skin surface disruptions resulting from injuries such as burns, scalds, and scars.

The appropriate treatment for your condition will depend on whether you are experiencing hyperpigmentation or hypopigmentation and the underlying cause. During your consultation, our experts will assess any changes that have affected your skin tone and recommend a suitable treatment for you.
At Aesthetics of The Royal Liver Building, we welcome and treat all complaints of pigmentation. No matter what extent your discolouration is, our expert medical team has the experience to treat all skin types safely.

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There are two primary forms of pigmentation: hyperpigmentation, which manifests as darker patches on the skin, and hypopigmentation, which manifests as lighter patches.

Pigmentation occurs when imbalances of melanin and skin disorders lead to inconsistent colouration and patterning on the skin’s surface. Pigmentation can result in blotches upon a person’s skin as their body overproduces melanin, the pigment that provides our skin with colour. For some, this overproduction is due to ageing or sun damage; for others, it could be due to illness, injury or medication.
Excessive production of melanin, the pigment responsible for skin colour, is the primary cause of hyperpigmentation. Sun exposure can trigger an increase in melanin production, resulting in uneven and darker patches of skin commonly observed on the face, hands, arms, and shoulders. However, hormonal changes, particularly during pregnancy, may also contribute to hyperpigmentation, explaining why it is more prevalent in women than men.

On the other hand, hypopigmentation is typically caused by skin surface disruptions resulting from injuries such as burns, scalds, and scars.

The appropriate treatment for your condition will depend on whether you are experiencing hyperpigmentation or hypopigmentation and the underlying cause. During your consultation, our experts will assess any changes that have affected your skin tone and recommend a suitable treatment for you.
At Aesthetics of The Royal Liver Building, we welcome and treat all complaints of pigmentation. No matter what extent your discolouration is, our expert medical team has the experience to treat all skin types safely.
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