Hypopigmentation

Hypopigmentation

Hypopigmentation

PIGMENTATION  DISORDERS
The change  of the colour of skin from the normal skin of a person is call pigmentation. If the colour is darker (Increased Skin Colour )from the normal skin it is called Hyperpigmentation if lighter ( Reduced Skin colour ) then it is called Hypopigmentation. Pigmentation varies in person according to the racial origin and the sun exposure. Localised Hypopigmentation may be due to the loss of pigment melanin , either partial or complete. Generalised Hypopigmentation is the reduction of the melanin pigment at birth ,usually racial origin or due to albinism. Pituitary failure resulting in lack of MSH  rerely results in aquired hypomelanosis.

The Main disgnosis to be consider for Hypopigmentation are
  • Albinism

  • Atrophie blanche

  • Bleaching creams

  • Degos disease

  • Halo moles

  • Chemical leucoderms

  • Hypomelanosis of Ito

  • Idopathic guttate hypomelanosis

  • Leprosy

  • Lichen sclerosus

  • Lupus erythematosus

  • Morphoea

  • Mycosis fungoides

  • Piebladism

  • Pityriasis alba

  • Pityriasis versicolor

  • Poliosis

  • Posty inflammatory (Trauma , Burns , Skin diseases)

  • Sarciodosis

  • Systemic sclerosis

  • Tuberous sclerosis (Ashleaf spots)

  • Vitiligo

AYURVEDIC TREATMENT OF HYPOPIGMENTATION
In Localised Pigmentation  ::

There is a very effective treatment for Hypor Pigmentations. Herbal and Ayurvedic Oral Medications to control the melanocytes to produce normal level of pigmentation. Herbal Creams , Herbal Lotions and Herbal Face packs are used safely for local application for pogmentary disorders. Panchakarma Beauty therapies are used for Melasma , Pigmentations , Scars , Freckles and other beauty related problems. Vitiligo or Leucoderma and white spots are very safely treated with AYURVEDIC AND HERBAL MEDICATION.

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