Clit Stains

Blemish is the formation of irregular and excessive coloring (hyperpigmentation) on the skin as a result of the excessive production of the pigment substance called melanin, which gives the skin its color.
Blemish Types
1) Melasma (chloasma)—

Also known as pregnancy mask.

Irregular spots on the face, neck and forearms.

In Melasma;

Genetic tendency
Ultraviolet Rays
Birth control pills

Due to factors such as cosmetic products, melanin pigment is overproduced. This increase is seen more in areas that are most exposed to the sun, such as the cheeks, forehead and chin. The most effective of the above factors are ultraviolet
and genetic tendency.

People with dark skin are stained more than people with light skin. Because they have more melanocytes.

2) Birthmarks - These are some moles or spots that occur at birth or after birth.
3) Post-Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation - Due to increased sensitivity of the skin as a result of irritation.
It is formed as />. After peeling, laser or skin diseases such as eczema.
4) Freckles—These spots, which are most commonly seen on the cheeks, forehead and chin, can be light or dark brown spots
. While they increase during sunny seasons, they decrease when there is no sun.
5) Lentigo —These are brown spots that appear in later years due to sun exposure at early ages
. Those that occur in older ages are also called senile lentigo. It is mostly seen on the back of the hands, arms and

The spot is a disease that can be treated. However, before the treatment process, it is necessary to determine why the stain occurs
and whether it appears as a sign of a disease.

In Spot Treatment;
Medical treatments
Chemical Peeling

Methods such as laser treatments (photogenesis, Er-bium fractional laser, Q switched Nd yag laser)
Mesotherapy are applied.

Treatment should be directed to the spot. Which treatment to apply should be determined by a dermatologist
depending on the type of the stain.
Agents such as hydroquinone, kojic acid, azelaic acid, retinoic acid are most commonly used in medical treatments.

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