Post Inflammatory Hyperpigmentations (PIH)

A Post Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation (PIH)
is a benign red to brown discoloration of the skin in places where inflammation has occurred, such as acne or eczema. People with dark skin type are more likely to develop PIH.

After the inflammation has disappeared, the discoloration can disappear very slowly, but this is not always the case. PIH of dark skin is more difficult to treat because of the increased risk of pigment shifts in the surrounding skin.

How can you treat age Post Inflammatory Hyperpigmentations?

The skin therapist can offer a solution when treating these disturbing pigmentation spots. It can be treated by means of camouflage therapy, chemical peels or laser therapy. Daily sun protection is very important in this form of hyperpigmentation.

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A Post Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation (PIH)
is a benign red to brown discoloration of the skin in places where inflammation has occurred, such as acne or eczema. People with dark skin type are more likely to develop PIH.

After the inflammation has disappeared, the discoloration can disappear very slowly, but this is not always the case. PIH of dark skin is more difficult to treat because of the increased risk of pigment shifts in the surrounding skin.

How can you treat age Post Inflammatory Hyperpigmentations?

The skin therapist can offer a solution when treating these disturbing pigmentation spots. It can be treated by means of camouflage therapy, chemical peels or laser therapy. Daily sun protection is very important in this form of hyperpigmentation.

Questions about Post Inflammatory Hyperpigmentations?

Our team of trained and BIG registered skin therapists are happy to answer these.
Ask your question below or give us a call

Free Consultation

Discuss your skin problem directly with one of our therapists.
Make an appointment now for a 1st consultation, free of charge and without obligation.