Freckles and skin pigmentation are common skin conditions that appear as darker patches of skin, an uneven skin tone or small brown spots.
What Causes Pigmentation/Freckles?
Signs of Pigmentation
Ways to Reduce the Signs of Pigmentation
Melasma is a skin condition that is characterised by blotchy, discoloured skin that is commonly found on areas of the skin that have been exposed to the sun, like the face and neck.
What Causes Melasma?
Signs of Melasma
Ways to Reduce the Signs of Melasma
Sun/age spots are flat brown, black or grey spots on the skin that pop up on areas that have been exposed to the sun for prolonged periods of time. A single spot can appear, or there can be a few clustered together. Sun and age spots are also called liver spots.
What Causes Sun/Age Spots?
Signs of Sun/Age Spots
Ways to Reduce the Signs of Sun/Age Spots
Post-Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation (PIH)
Post-Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation PIH) is the darkening of the skin after an injury or suffering from acne. It is the skin’s natural response to inflammation. PIH can affect all skin types but especially those who have darker skin tones.