Acne is a common skin problem that affects people of all ages.
Causes of acne
Nobody is completely sure what causes acne. Experts believe the primary cause is a rise in androgen levels - androgen is a type of hormone. Some studies indicate that a susceptibility to acne could also be genetic.
How common is acne?
Dermatologists say that approximately three-quarters of 11 to 30 year-olds will get acne at some time.
Treatment of Acne
How your acne is treated may depend on how severe and persistent it is.
Pigmentation or Dark spots
Pigmentation is condition in which the skin appears darker than normal. If you have brown patches, you have what’s known as hyper-pigmentation.
Increased levels of melanin, the skin pigment that produces colour. It could be the result of injury, inflammation, sun damage or hormonal changes.
The result of age-related changes and aging of the skin
Taking certain medications that have the side effect of the appearance of pigmentation on the skin
Using some irritating cosmetic products
Prolonged exposure to ultraviolet radiation
Disturbances in metabolism
Various diseases of the digestive tract
Various liver disease
Disturbances in the central nervous system (stress, anxiety, depression).
Lack of vitamins and minerals
The most important is to protect your skin from the sun. Wear a sunscreen with UVA and UVB protection every day. This is especially important at times when your skin is susceptible to pigmentation, such as pregnancy.
We have range of treatment for Acne and Pigmentation. Depending on condition it can be done as individual treatment or in combination.