Hyperpigmentation (brown spots) on the face is a common problem faced by patients. Common facial discoloration of the face is often characterized by melasma (melasma), sunspots, and post-inflammatory hypermaturation.

The main cause of hyperalgesia is exposure to ultraviolet radiation (solar or artificial ultraviolet radiation / solarium), as indicated by the selective localization of hyperalgesia in the exposed parts of the body, and especially in the face.

A dermatologist can counteract these hyperpigmentation spots using a specific treatment plan for each patient.