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PIGMENTATION / JHAI ON FACE

Pigmentation commonly known as JHAI is a common skin disorder. It
causes change in our skin color resulting in darken spots or patches.
We can witness these spots on various sites of our face like near
cheekbones, eyebrows, forehead, nose, etc. The scientific term used
for pigmentation leading to these dark spots is Hyperpigmentation.
There are several types of it.
Now the question is why do we have pigmentation or why do we
have jhai? So, basically these spots or patches occur due to increase
in the Melanin which is the natural pigment that gives the basic color
to our skin, eyes and hair. It is the melanin which decides our skin
tone and increasing in its amount at certain points leads to the
darkening of that particular area. Amount of Melanin in our body can
vary because of various reasons; it could be Sunburn or sun tan,
hormonal issues, ageing and inflammation which could be possibly
due to acne or allergies. These spots are generally harmless if they
have occurred because of the above mentioned reasons but if not
than these could also be signs or symptoms of some underlying
medical issues or could be due to the side effects of certain
medicines.

types of pigmentation

How do I know that I have pigmentation or hyperpigmentation? This is one major question which arises
in our mind on hearing pigmentation. So, since pigmentation is a skin disorder, it is very much visible in
various forms. Its most common form is when it appears as darkened spots or patches on skin which
makes it looks uneven. These spots are known age spots or

Melasma

which is a skin disorder, one suffering from Melasma can witness dark brownish
discoloured patches on face. This disorder causes due to hormonal changes during pregnancy or due to
sun exposure. So, women are more prone to this disorder.

Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation

Hyperpigmentation is a temporary kind of pigmentation in
which one can witness dark spots followed after any kind of injury, acne or inflammatory skin
disorders like dermatitis. It is likely to appear on place of injury and can get darker if exposed to
sunlight. It is more prone to happen in people with darker.

Vitamin and Iron deficiency

also leads to pigmentation. Deficiency of B-9 and B-12
can lead to dull, dark and patchy skin. It could be due to insufficient intake or vegetables and
fruits or due to genetics also. Along with vitamins,

symptoms of pigmentation

How do I know that I have pigmentation or hyperpigmentation? This is one major question which arises
in our mind on hearing pigmentation. So, since pigmentation is a skin disorder, it is very much visible in
various forms. Its most common form is when it appears as darkened spots or patches on skin which
makes it looks uneven. These spots are known age spots or

Sun exposure

Hyperpigmentation is predominantly caused due to over sun exposure. Sun triggers melanin production and continuous exposure can disrupt the process and result in hyperpigmentation.

Skin Inflammation

Any injury to the dermis or epidermis layer of the skin results in hyperpigmentation. When the epidermis is inflamed, the melanocytes are prompted to enhance melanin synthesis.

Chemical peels

A chemical peel involves removing the top layers of the skin by applying a chemical solution to it in order to treat the discoloured skin. The skin is resurfaced with this procedure.

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