Pigmentation and uneven skin tone is a typical concern for many, and the causes of facial pigmentation vary from one person to another. The reason behind skin pigmentation may vary from one person to another. Common causes of pigmentation include, but are not limited to, genetics, sun exposure, hormonal changes, ageing, and skin injuries. Adopting an affordable, safe, and effective treatment and skincare routine can be beneficial to your pigmentation concerns.
If you read this Shakura Pigmentation review, you will observe that many customers have expressed immense satisfaction after undergoing only one session of Shakura's Miroko™ Whitening Treatment. What makes this treatment so effective in combating different pigmentation problems?Here is a list of common pigmentations concerns, and how Shakura's Miroko™ Whitening Treatment is effective in resolving them.
Sunspots, also known as solar lentigines, is a result of prolonged sun exposure. Staying under the sun without proper UV protection can result in sunburns, causing your skin to turn a darker tone. Such conditions are known as sunburns. Some burns eventually wear off, leaving darker patches on the skin.
How can sunspots be treated? To remove sunspots, a common treatment would be to undergo tan removal treatments. However, such treatments require multiple sessions and can be costly in the long run. Shakura's Miroko™ Whitening Treatment can effectively soothe and heal sunburns, while lightening sunspots significantly in a few sessions.
2. Post-inflammatory Hyperpigmentation
Also known as PIH, this pigmentation type occurs due to injuries caused to the skin, resulting in inflammation. Common causes include acne,dermatitis, and burns.
During inflammation, the injured epidermis causes pigments from the melanin to leak and become trapped in the dermis. Upon regeneration, these trapped pigments become visible and are more stubborn to remove for deeper injuries. While some hyperpigmentation can heal naturally over a long time, some become permanent. Shakura's Miroko™ Whitening treatment can treat post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation to rid stubborn dark spots.
3. Acne Marks
Acne is a common concern for many teenagers. Some of us have the habit of squeezing or picking at our pimples. This results in the skin's texture being damaged, leaving dark spots on the skin.
Shakura's Miroko™ Whitening Treatment can help reduce the appearance of acne marks, as well as regulate and control sebum production, to prevent further acne breakouts. Read this Shakura Pigmentation review to learn how customers have benefitted from this gentle and effective treatment.
4. Age Spots
Ageing is inevitable, and as you get older, you will start to notice a decline in your skin's texture. This often appears in the form of wrinkles, fine lines, and the loss of skin elasticity. Some may begin to notice the appearance of darker brown patches on their skin, known as age spots.
Can age spots be removed? While there are treatments available for age spot removal, most options require invasive cosmetic surgery, which are often costly and may not be suitable for all skin types. However, cosmetic surgery is costly, and additionally it may not be suitable for everyone.
If you seek a safer alternative for age spot removal, Shakura's Miroko™ Whitening Treatment is recommended. The treatment does not have any side effects, and it is enriched with the goodness of Milk Essence and Roselle Extract.
Shakura, the Whitening & Pigmentation Specialist from Japan has been providing customised skin care solutions to customers with troubled skin in Singapore. Formulated with skin pigmentation problems in mind, Shakura Pigmentation Facial Therapy is infused with Milk Essence and Hibiscus Sa…