Acne and Scar Pigmentation

Hyperpigmentation acne occurs when a dark spot appears in place of a pimple that has disappeared. People with darker skin tones are at risk of developed hyperpigmentation scars. Dark spots may appear when the skin cells produce high melanin. Hyperpigmentation acne may fade after some time, if the original spots were deep, it may be permanent. Also some surgical therapies and  topical can speed up the fading process, may it can take several months to years.

 

  • 2% hydroquinone
  • Azelaic acid
  • Glycolic acid
  • kojic acid
  • Retinoids (retinol, tretinoin, adapalene gel, or tazarotene)
  • vitamin C

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