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Sun-damaged Skin & Hyperpigmentation / Anti-aging With Niacin by Healthy Living .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 02 Dec 2010 1:55pm < center> (Please read description) My recommendation for lightened, brightened, and even skin-tone for both men and women. Truly reverse skin damage from inside out. Honest review of a product containing one of my fave ingredients. Sorry about the sound quality. I tried to fix it but I failed. Youll forgive me… because I ... Read on »
Skin Discoloration - Age Or Liver Spots, Hyperpigmentation - How We Get Them & What To Do About It by Jennifer D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 03 Nov 2008 9:02pm Freckles. Age spots. Liver spots. Dark patches. Pregnancy mask. Melasma. These are all divergent names proper for the at any rate thing: hyperpigmentation. This is a very cheap husk disorder that occurs mostly in women. Older men are often seen with dark patches on their derma as well. It appears on the face, chest and hands most commonly ... Read on »
Hyperpigmentation by Nikki M. Patient Expert Posted Fri 17 Oct 2008 5:52pm On Monday, Muddear had another dermatologist appointment and I am glad to report that her skin condition is healing nicely. Per Dr. Barich's instructions we can reduce the medication application down to once a day. Yeah!!!! Call me a lazy bum, but washing the infected areas multiple times a day and applying multiple medicated creams each tim ... Read on »
Hyperpigmentation. by Jane .. Patient Expert Posted Sat 18 Oct 2008 2:28pm I think hyperpigmentation (brown spots, and in a larger form known as melasma) is the most difficult thing to cover. Somehow, it always manages to bleed through whatever you put over it. You’ll have to try several methods to see what works for you. Here are some of them. 1. Sometimes just a layer of minerals will be enough to disguise it s ... Read on »
Hyperpigmentation-A Sign of Systemic disease-Skin Disorders by Jan Posted Fri 11 Sep 2009 4:55pm Author: Robert Baird Article: Increased pigmentation of the skin is seen in a number of systemic diseases. In porphyria cutanea tarda, hyperpigmentation occurs on the face and arms, presumably because of the photosensitizing effect of porphyrins. It is accompanied by hirsutism of the face together with skin fragility or blistering of the ... Read on »
Hyperpigmentation-a Sign of Systemic Disease-skin Disorders by Jan Posted Wed 02 Jun 2010 12:00am Hyperpigmentation-a Sign of Systemic Disease-skin Disorders By: Robert Baird Increased pigmentation of the skin is seen in a number of systemic diseases. In porphyria cutanea tarda, hyperpigmentation occurs on the face and arms, presumably because of the photosensitizing effect of porphyrins. It is accompanied by ... Read on »
Why is there hyperpigmentation in Addison disease? by pathologystudent Posted Sun 22 Jul 2012 12:39am Q. How come patients with Addison disease have hyperpigmented skin? A. Addison disease is an autoimmune disorder in which the body attacks the adrenal glands, effectively shutting them down. Patients end up with a whole host of problems, including hypotension (from the lack of mineralocorticoids) and hypoglycemia (from the lack of c ... Read on »
Natural Ingredients Used in New Topical Treatments for Hyperpigmentation by Medline Plus Posted Wed 26 Mar 2014 1:13pm Source: American Academy of Dermatology Related MedlinePlus Page: Skin Pigmentation Disorders Read on »
A Novel Therapeutic Strategy for the Treatment of Hyperpigmentation and Melanoma by nih.gov Posted Tue 15 Jun 2010 5:00pm Description of Invention: The present invention describes that the transcription factor SOX9 is expressed by normal human melanocytes in vitro and in the skin in vivo, and that over-expression of SOX9 decreases the proliferation of mouse and human melanoma cell lines via several pathways. Furthermore, SOX9 (or its bioactive d ... Read on »
Reader question: How do I get rid of spots and hyperpigmentation? by Nadine H. Patient Expert Posted Mon 09 Jan 2012 10:30am I used to be awesome at posting reader questions but I’ve totally failed to keep up with it these last couple of years. A high school friend of mine messaged me on Facebook recently asking for tips on getting rid of her hyper pigmentation. We emailed back and forth, and I thought you might enjoy reading the exchange. She’s found some great prod ... Read on »