Pigmentation

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"Dedicated to the ethical practice of Aesthetic Medicine"

Hi,   Small to medium-sized congenital moles have relatively low risk of turning malignant and should probably be left alone and observed.   Complete removal requires surgical excision. Some pigment lasers may result in partial light... Read Full Answer
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"Dedicated to the ethical practice of Aesthetic Medicine"

Hi, The best way of getting rid of PIH after chemical peeling is to avoid further damage to the skin and to avoid UV exposure. The use of topical lightening creams may help hasten the process. It will take an average of 2-6 months before the... Read Full Answer
Elidel is a steroid-free cream containing a 1% strength of the topical immunomodulator pimecrolimus. It was specifically developed as a treatment for atopic dermatitis and is approved for use in children as young as 2 years of age. As mentioned b... Read Full Answer
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"Skin specialist with over 20 years of experience"

For hyperpigmentation of the facial skin, common causes would be due to freckles, sunspots and melasma. Laser treatment of freckles and sunspots is usually by using pigment lasers such as Q-switched, long-pulsed or picosecond laser using... Read Full Answer