In order for the stain treatment to be successful, it is necessary to take care of sun protection in all seasons. Even if you do not go out of the house, sunscreen should be applied after cleansing the face in the morning and repeated at noon and afternoon. However, in the use of pregnancy and birth control drugs, sunscreen should be used after procedures such as waxing.
6 factors that cause skin spots:
- Medicines used to treat acne
- birth control pills
- Hormone processes
Many methods are used in the treatment of stains. Superficial sunspots respond better to treatment. In order to achieve a successful result, the depth and structure of the stain are as important as the patient’s skin type, skin color, genetic structure and lifestyle. While some spot lightening creams are sufficient in certain parts of the patients, some patients may need procedures such as peeling or laser. For this reason, the most common procedure is glycolic acid peelings made with fruit acids. Peelings performed at intervals of 3 to 4 weeks allow the stained area in the upper layers of the skin to be flaked and peeled off.
The importance of vitamin C
During stain treatment, the skin becomes extremely sensitive and prone to stains, and if it is not adequately protected, the spots increase. For this reason, it is more appropriate to carry out treatments especially in autumn and winter months when the effect of sun rays falls. Even if the treatment is terminated, high factor sunscreens should be used regularly throughout all four seasons in order to prevent the spots from recurring. By using vitamin C supplements and antioxidant pharmaceuticals, the formation of spots on the skin can be prevented. In the autumn months when the burning effect of the sun’s rays decreases, spot treatment can be started with the recommendation of the doctor.