Spots are a common problem, triggered by multiple external and internal factors: genetic predisposition, sun radiation, inflammatory conditions, hormonal changes, aging, exposure to chemicals and photosensitising drugs.
There are several types of spots according to their shape, intensity, tone, area of appearance and triggering factors:
Due to hormonal changes or contraceptive treatments.
Cheeks, upper lip, forehead and chin
Solar and senile lentigo
Due to occasional or cumulative sun overexposure, in particular with age (photoaging) in the areas with a greater sun exposure.
Face, back of the hands, décolletage.
Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH)
After inflammatory conditions: acne, depilation, aggressive treatments, etc.
Higher risk in dark skins.
Located on the face and body
Characteristic of clear skin and with a strong genetic component.
Face and body.