GET RID OF SKIN BLEMISH

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GET RID OF SKIN BLEMISH

Turkey iHealth member Istanbul hospital Dermatology Specialist Doctor listed the ways to treat sun-triggered skin spots in the summer as follows:

There are many types of skin spots, but sun, birth and acne spots are the types of spots that we often encounter. Especially with the increasing damage of the ozone layer, our risk of exposure to the harmful effects of UV rays has increased. Because of the sun, ultraviolet rays are one of the most important factors in the formation or darkening of stains. The spots that appear on our face sometimes negatively affect our external appearance and psychology.

Since the sun is the most important factor causing the stain and it is necessary to be protected from the sun in the stain treatment methods, the treatment should definitely be done in winter. There is no single treatment method for treating blemishes. Depending on the person’s skin structure and the depth of the stain, one or more methods can be used to treat the stain. In the chemical peeling (peeling) method, specially developed chemical agents are used. The most commonly used chemical agent for stain treatment is fruit acids called glycolic acid.
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This treatment can be applied on skin with mild blemish problems. Sessions can be held as 4-6 applications with interval of 2-4 weeks.

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It starts the natural healing process

Fractional radiofrequency technology, which can descend to all layers of the skin with micro needles into the epidermis and under the dermis at once, stimulates the skin surface and starts a natural healing process. Due to this, the factors of cell development in the upper layer of the skin are activated. They make it possible to treat tonal differences, spots and fine wrinkles on the skin. It is possible to achieve success in several sessions with approximately monthly sessions.

Methods of treating spots can be used

Mesotherapy: Stains can be treated by injecting mixtures consisting of special stain-removing drugs under the skin. This method of treatment can be combined with all other methods of treatment.

Laser treatments: Different lasers can be used to treat blemishes. Fractional lasers that peel off the top layer of the skin, Q-switched lasers that target the color cell, and IPL devices with condensed light sources are the most commonly used light systems.

Decolorizing creams: Creams can be used alone or in combination with the above procedures to treat blemishes. For the treatment of spots, creams containing hydroquinone, vitamin C, arbutin, kojic acid, glycolic acid are most often used. In addition, creams containing retinol also have a peeling effect on the skin and can be used as an aid in the treatment of blemishes.

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