What is Pigmentation?
Pigmentation refers to coloring. Skin pigmentation disorders affect the color of your skin. The color of your skin is determined by a pigment called melanin which is produced by the special cells in skin. When these melanin producing cells are damaged, it hampers the production of the melanin.
Possible causes of pigmentation
Pigmentation could be the result of various causes. Firstly, it may be genetic. Secondly there is the sun. The exposure to the sun may also result to the freckles on the skin. Likewise, hormones might also play role.
Inflammation may trigger pigmentation
Inflammation leading to rashes and physical injuries in skin may also lead to dark marks on skin. These may be scratches, burns, squeezed pimples and such other things that may leave the marks on skin. Repeated friction on a same area on a daily basis may also result to the pigmented skin.
Pigmentation however is not always about over production of the melanin. There might also be condition in which Melanin production is less. We say this Hypo pigmentation.
This condition may occur due to several reasons such as long lasting inflammation or due to skin damage.
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Vitamin A increases the skin cell turnover which helps to shed away the pigmented, damaged and rough surface cells giving more space to the healthier cells. Also, retinoid probably block an enzyme that is useful for melanin production which further adds to develop an even tone skin with a better complexion.
Vitamin C for Pigmentation
Vitamin C is one of the most important elements for our overall health. Vitamin C plays an important role in the production of collagen in our skin. Vitamin C is also an antioxidant that works to brighten the tint in skin. However, the value of Vitamin C in skin pigmentation is its tyrosine inhibitors which inhibit the melanin producing enzymes in our body.
Vitamin B12 role
Darkening of the skin or hyper pigmentation can also be caused due to the deficiency of vitamin B12. Vitamin B12 regulates your skin pigment production and location and eventually prevents the pigmentation from affecting your skin and ruining the skin complexion.