Best Pigmentation Treatment in Hyderabad

Bid farewell to your skin pigmentation concerns. Give your skin the well-deserved attention it requires with the specialized pigmentation treatment at Dr. Health Clinic.

What is Skin Pigmentation & Its causes ?

Pigmentation or hyperpigmentation is the term used to describe numerous skin conditions that cause dark patches. A buildup of melanin, the natural pigment that gives your skin its colour, results in this problem. Hyperpigmentation is a common occurrence among adults and there a several causes, such as exposure to the sun, rashes, hormonal changes, and so forth. Depending on the size, patches may only affect small parts of your body, such as your face or hands, or they could cover a large area of your body. The symptoms of hyperpigmentation are usually not life-threatening or contagious. The fact remains, however, that it can cause stress or make you feel self-conscious.

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Symptoms of Hyper-pigmentation

  • There are several types of hyperpigmentation, but melasma is the most common.

  • In most cases, it appears on the face as irregular patches of tan, brown, or brown-gray pigment.

  • During pregnancy, melasma occurs more often in women due to hormonal changes.
  • In addition to sun exposure, oral contraceptives and medications can also trigger reactions.

Causes of Pigmentation

Pigmentation is one of the skin disorders that tend to make your skin dark. It changes your skin color and also your skin tone. This skin disease mainly takes place on the nose, cheeks, forehead, and some other parts of your body. If you notice any type of odd or discoloration of your skin tends to be a good skin of pigmentations. 

Several causes of pigmentation include;

  • Excessive production of melanin. Melanin is a type of pigment that is fully responsible for determining the actual color of your skin.

  • un damage is another cause of pigmentation. UV rays from sunlight are indeed quite harmful to your skin. It causes the majority of premature aging of an individual’s skin. Hyperpigmentation is one of these signs.

  • Some medical conditions are also responsible for pigmentation. Adrenal gland disorder is one of those conditions that enhance the production of melanin and causes pigmentation. Apart from this, several drugs and medicines also cause pigmentation.

  • Melasma is another cause of skin pigmentation. It’s one of the causes of hormonal changes and tends to develop especially during pregnancy. This kind of pigmentation generally takes place in men. 

Types of Pigmentation


Vitiligo is most popularly known as chronic skin pigmentation. Meanwhile, it rarely takes place. Only 1 to 2% of the world’s population is suffering from this skin disorder. These cases are generally spread over almost all those racial groups. Though it doesn’t have health impacts, it tends to cause psychological distress.


Albinism is one of the types of pigmentation. It’s a genetic disorder that is caused by several defects in genes. It offers complete instructions for melanin production. Apart from this, several genetic defects tend to make your body capable of distributing or producing melanin. Its symptoms include discoloration in the eyes, skin, and hair. These symptoms tend to affect the small patches or the entire body of your skin.


When it comes to melasma, it’s a common type of skin pigmentation disorder. It also affects women. The disease takes place mainly among those people who have darker skin tones. The major symptoms of melasma are generally gray or brown patches of skin discoloration on your face.

Pigmentation treatment options at Dr.Health Clinic

In the case of skin pigmentation, people often think that an acid peel or laser therapy is enough to remove the discoloration. Acid peels and laser therapy have become popular skin pigmentation treatments. But these overly aggressive procedures can cause irreversible damage. Pigmentation treatment is a delicate process that requires precision and expertise. Too much intervention can make matters worse. Hyperpigmentation must be treated with non-invasive methods. Natural treatments are often preferred for pigmentation. That is because they are skin friendly and do not need invasive medical procedures.

At Dr. Health, we are pioneering using ultraviolet lamps to diagnose and treat pigmentation disorders. Our team of skilled specialists developed a unique process that uses UV light. UV light helps to assess the depth and severity of skin discoloration caused by pigmentation issues. After that, the pigmentation is divided into three categories. The categories are namely epidermal, dermal, and compound types. To plan an effective treatment plan for your concerns, it is a must to know the type. At Dr. Health, we treat epidermal pigmentation with a combination of antioxidants and exfoliating agents. We also use sun protection methods. Compound pigmentation is a deep-seated issue requiring an integrated approach. This involves several treatments to achieve the desired results. Here is a list of therapies we use to treat these pigmentations.

Melanin Decreasing Agents

Melanin Decreasing Agents help decrease excess melanin formation by overactive melanocytes. Melanocytes are specialized cells in the epidermis layer of our skin. They help to produce and store melanin. When these cells become overactive, they secrete excess melanin. This excess melanin can lead to pigmentary disorders.

Tyrosinase Inhibiting Topical Agents

Topical applications are made up of tyrosinase inhibitors. They help reduce the appearance of hyper-pigmented patches. Tyrosinase is an enzyme produced by our bodies and handles producing melanin. Inhibiting this enzyme can help fade any discoloration caused by excess melanin production.

Bioactive Compounds

Bioactive compounds and their derivatives have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Thus making them useful for various skin treatments. Recent studies suggest that these bioactive compounds can be utilized in pigmentation treatment. These compounds exhibit skin-whitening properties by controlling the distribution of melanin.

Antioxidant Peels

Antioxidant peels help to fight free radicals in the body and prevent further pigmentation. Antioxidant peels are preventative by nature. They work to cleanse the skin and target damaged areas.