What are the causes ? What are the treatments ?

Natural skin colour is due to a pigment called melanin, which varies for each individual according to genetics. However, certain factors can affect melanogenesis by encouraging the proliferation of melanocytes and stimulating their activity. This leads to the formation of blemishes through increased synthesis of melanin. This localised hyperpigmentation focuses mainly on the epidermis, and sometimes the superficial dermis.

These flat and benign blemishes can be found mostly on exposed areas: face, neck, cleavage, hands and forearms. Indeed, exposure to ultraviolet rays from the sun is the main contributing factor.

P-O75 uses a quick, technique that will diminish pigmented patches from the first session. Its remarkable efficiency and ease of use make pulsed light the best treatment for flat and benign pigment blemishes at present.