Pigmentation Treatment In Delhi

Hyperpigmentation is a common problem among females due to hormonal imbalance. An excess of melanin leads the skin tone to darken, resulting in a brown pigment and creating darker skin coloration. No matter what age you are everyone can be affected by hyperpigmentation from time to time or continuously depending on how bad your condition may be. At Derma Miracle you will get a flawless treatment that reduces pigmented areas as well as eliminates them all together for good.

Pigmentation Treatment

Dr. Navnit Haror, at DermaMiracle, is a specialized doctor in aesthetics. He is able to provide you 100% results of Pigmentation Treatment on any skin type without causing any damage to the skin. We have a range of treatments that can help you with dark spots, pores, and other issues. We will pick the best one for your skin type to make it brighter.

Pigmentation Services

Q-Switch Nd YAG Laser

ND-YAG (Neodymium-doped Yttrium Aluminium Garnet) is a solid laser crystal rod which produces light energy. ND-YAG produces a special kind of photons which travels at a wavelength of 1064nm in a brief and intense pulse. Q-switch has a KTP filter which doubles the frequency of light pulse into 532mn...

Chemical peels

Chemical peel is a chemical solution which is applied to the skin to improve the texture of the skin. It’s a peel off mask which rejuvenates the skin and makes it look smooth , fresh and bright.
Chemical peel is done in order to regenerate the skin. It penetrates deep into the layers of dermis...


Melasma is a form of pigmentation which causes discolouration. It is generally seen on the face in the form of small brown coloured patches. It is more common at the time of pregnancy or during a course of taking birth control pills. In such case, Melasma fades away after pregnancy...


Freckles or ephelis are dark coloured circular spots generally 1mm-2mm in size and are generally caused by the direct exposure to the sun or because of genetic factors. The area exposed to the sun’s ultraviolet rays starts overproducing melanin causing dark little circular patches. Freckles are more common...

Skin burn/ Sun burn

Sunburn is a result of overexposure of skin to the ultraviolet rays of the sun which burn the living tissues of the skin making it look dark, red and swollen. During a normal exposure to the sun our skin develops tans which are due to the production of melanin in our body to fight UV rays of the sun. But, an overexposure burn...


These are the art structures canvassed on the skin. Tattoos can be temporary or permanent. The tattoo makers uses dyes to draw things by injecting these dyes with the help of micro injectors which penetrates till the second layer of dermis and turn the skin pigments into the colour of the dye in that area. These attractive...

Dipigmentation Peels

Depigmentation peel is a peel off mask specially designed to fade hyperpigmentation and dark spots which are generally caused due to an overexposure into the direct sunlight, aging, hormonal changes or due to past acne. It decreases facial blemishes and other skin imperfections...


Demelan is a Depigmentation peel which lightens and brightens the skin by lightening hyperpigmented areas and dark spots. Demelan rejuvenates the skin and improves its texture and makes it look cleansed, clear and radiant.
Demelan consists of Alpha-Arbutin (which...


Cosmelan is a Depigmentation peel . It is used on hyperpigmented and scarred parts of the body. Cosmelan cream comes in a kit of four products i.e. degreasing cream, Cosmelan mask, Cosmelan cream and Vitamin K cream. Degreasing cream cleanses the skin and removes oil and dirt...

How To Treat Pigmentation?

Pigmentation is the process by which color is added to the skin. It is a complex process that involves the production of melanin, a pigment that gives skin its color. Melanin is produced by cells called melanocytes, which are found in the lower layer of the skin. The amount of melanin produced by these cells determines the final color of the skin.
Pigmentation can be affected by a number of factors, including exposure to sunlight, hormones, and certain drugs. In some cases, pigmentation can also be a sign of an underlying health condition. For example, an increase in pigmentation may be a symptom of Addison’s disease or hormonal imbalances. A decrease in pigmentation can also occur as a result of certain medical conditions, such as vitiligo or albinism.

How Depigmentation Peels Can Change Your Skin

Depigmentation peels are a highly sought-after cosmetology treatment These peels use skin-safe chemicals to help your skin shed and regrow new, healthy layers. The process is often not painful and takes just 1 hour with an esthetician. Pending your level of unwanted skin pigmentation, you may need multiple treatments over the course of several months, for some it may just take one! Let’s discuss what to expect.

Types of Peels

There are numerous types of depigmentation peels on the market. After you speak with your esthetician, they will decide which one is right for you. Often, you will start with the peel that has the lowest number of peeling agents in it. The reason for this is your esthetician wants to test your skin’s sensitivity level. If you are giving a strong peel as your first peel, your skin may react poorly, and you could end up in excessive unnecessary pain. Here are the most common types of peels you can talk to your esthetician about:
  • Glycolic Peels
  • Salicylic Acid Peels
  • Lactic Acid Peels
  • Retinoic Peels
There are a few others, but those are the ones you are most likely to experience!

Frequently Asked Questions:

The main causes of pigmentation,

include sun damage, inflammation, hormonal changes, and certain medications.

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Common Ways to Treat Pigmentation:

The common ways to treat pigmentation are laser treatment, chemical peels, and topical treatments, such as skin lightening creams or retinoids.

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Pigmentation Symptoms

Some symptoms are brown, tan, black spots, or large patches of darkened skin that appear after an inflammatory skin condition, such as acne or eczema.

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You can stop pigmentation on your face

by using a good quality skin lightening cream and using sunscreen cream every day. Or see a dermatologist to stop pigmentation. Enquire Now

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