Because everyone’s skin is different, finding a definitive treatment for hyperpigmentation scars can be difficult.
TV and magazine ads lure you in with promises of miracle overnight products.
The truth is, there is no quick fix. But, if you are willing to persevere, great looking skin is possible. So let’s look at some of the best treatments for hyperpigmentation scars.
Top of the list seems to be laser treatment or chemical peels for treating hyperpigmentation scars. Usually very costly, and with no guarantees of success, it’s only something I would try as very last resort. There are many side effects and complications associated with these kinds of procedure, and if you do venture down this route, do your research and make yourself aware of the risks.
Far less invasive is microdermabrasion treatment. This is a relatively quick and pain free treatment available from your local spa or dermatologist.
Microdermabrasion is a form of mechanical exfoliation, where a handheld device is used to fire minute aluminum oxide particles at the skin to remove old or dead skin cells. A regular course of treatments will definitely improve the look and feel of your skin.
Home microdermabrasion kits are very popular and can give excellent results.
Next are the mind boggling array of creams and serums available for treating hyperpigmentation scars.
Medical research has shown that the chemical used in non-natural creams (hydroquinone) poses a significant health risk, so are best avoided.
Last but definitely not least, are the home remedies for hyperpigmentation scarring.
Home remedies are one of the easiest and cheapest ways to start treating uneven skin tone and hyperpigmentation.
There are literally hundreds of remedies to try, and some people find that home remedies work better than any other treatment.
Hyperpigmentation scars can be stubborn, but with a little perseverance you can get rid of them, and regain a great complexion.