Chemical peel: how to get rid of very high under eye pigmentation

Chemical peel: how to get rid of very high under eye pigmentation

melkes  |  visitor  |  Nordland
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hi I have very high under eye pigmentation and have tried chemical peeling many times but no any changes so what can I do to get rid of this under eye blacks I need ur advise
Professor Dr. Adel Wilson MD, FRCS  |  Basic member  |  Fellow of the European Board of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery  |  Cairo
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PRP injections might do the trick.
Dr Michel Bernard  |  Basic member  |  Dermatovenerology  |  Brussels
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hello

try YAG laser q swithed in nanoseconds (with a protecive metallic lens on the eye)
this is the best method to erase any pigmentation

peeling very often fail and sometimes worsen the problem

regards

http://dermato-bernard.be
melkes  |  visitor  |  Nordland
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thank you for your interest so if it is really helpful how can I contact you and how much it costs and if you want I can send you my pictures

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Dr Michel Bernard  |  Basic member  |  Dermatovenerology  |  Brussels
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I guess you should be able to find such a laser in norway
the metallic lens is easy to find for a laserist
it takes a few sessions 2 month apart
I suppose you will not come to Brussels to be treated
regards
Centru Medical Dr. Mihalceanu  |  Basic member  |  Timisoara
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In this situation we get good results with Redensity 2 (a hyaluronic acid specifically designed to treat dark circles). If you have and lack of volume improvements will be great.
melkes  |  visitor  |  Nordland
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I need you to see my photos and to recomend me a treatment
Thanks for your interest
Dr. Mario Alfonso González Cepeda  |  Basic member  |  Plastic surgery  |  Cancun
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the best option for you will be to get in contact with a dermatologist to have an accurate advice.
Dr. Maletić Ana  |  Basic member  |  Plastic surgery  |  Daruvar, Zagreb
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There are few options to solve this problem; many tipes of chemical peels, laser treatment, creams. I would like to see your photos, than I can give you more precise advice.
Best regards from Croatia

Dr. Ana Maletić
Policlinic Maletić
melkes  |  visitor  |  Nordland
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Hi Dr.anna here are my pics thanks i realy need your help to get rid of this problem

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Dr. Maletić Ana  |  Basic member  |  Plastic surgery  |  Daruvar, Zagreb
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I saw your photos. It is possible to remove hyperpigmentations under your eyes with Q switch laser. It is necessary to repeat treatment few times.
Dr Karthik Ram  |  Basic member  |  Chennai
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hello melkes,
if peels are not working then, PRP injections, nano fat fill and laser with cautin will help
melkes  |  visitor  |  Nordland
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Thank you er. My first aim to get rid of this my hyper pigmentations and i need you to tell me how long time it takes to get rid of this problems and how much to pay because am very concerned with my hyper pigmentations
Thank you very much

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Dr Karthik Ram  |  Basic member  |  Chennai
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hi melkes,
in your situation we should start from non invasive methods first. you can contact a LASER centre in your nearby locality that has Q switched LASERS( ruby/ alex/Nd.YAG). you will need multiple sitting say around 4-6 with 6 weeeks spacing in between.i m sorry i m not able to help you with the place and cost of such treatment in norway. wishing u all the very best
CSSC International +  |  Basic member  |  Lahore
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You can benefit from lower eyelid blepharoplasty. Partial skin resection during lower lids blepharoplasty leads to a lightening effect as a result of stretching of the remaining lower eyelid skin. Post-operatively, hydroquinone 2-4% and sunblock can be advised to further improve the results.

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Dr Nello Rossi MD  |  Basic member  |  Internal Medicine  |  Phoenix
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There are a number of ways to reduce under-eye dark circles. You can try a Retinol cream or gel or a vitamin-A product; these are designed to reduce pigmentation and increase collagen. You can also try daily cool water or ice cubes to reduce puffiness under the eyes.

Other brightening products, such as those including vitamin C, or doctor-prescribed products with hydroquinone, reduce melanin production and skin discoloration.

You can also take a daily antihistamine if your dark circles are allergy-related. Caffeine-based products and other facial creams and gels are designed to help with allergy-related dark circles.

Another method to reduce discoloration and improve skin condition is to try laser treatments and chemical peels. These methods provide longer-lasting solutions. If you need a more intensive solution, you can ask your dermatologist about hyaluronic acid fillers.
melkes  |  visitor  |  Nordland
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Hello and thank you for your time.
What about if i try PH formula skin resurfacing
Thank you

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