Full Body Whitening
Full body whitening is the treatment performed to increase the fair complexion of the skin. This treatment will also help in reducing the visibility of acne scars, age spots, and wrinkles on your skin. If you admire a fair and even skin tone, then full body whitening treatment will be a game-changer for you. Dr. Manisha Saney is a prominent and skilled dermatologist with great expertise in full-body whitening treatments. Considering her expertise, she can help you get a fairer skin tone.
What is full body whitening treatment?
Melanin is the pigment that is responsible for the complexion of the skin. People with a darker complexion have more melanin pigment than people with a white complexion. Melanin quantity in the body is also affected by genetics, exposure to chemicals, and the sun. Body whitening or skin whitening treatment is done by reducing the melanin pigment to increase the white complexion of the skin. The treatment will use methods to interfere with the regulation enzyme needed for melanin production in the body.
People with age spots, acne scars, freckles, wrinkles, birthmarks, etc., can also undergo a body whitening treatment if needed. This treatment will help you attain an even and fairer tone. Full body whitening treatment will also be beneficial if you have any large and visible burn spots to be removed.
What are the different types of body whitening treatments?
Body whitening or skin lightening can be achieved by different treatments like:
- Chemical peels: In this treatment, chemicals are used to exfoliate the skin and remove the upper layer of the skin. The over buildup of melanin is removed by exfoliation. Once the upper layer is removed, the underlying new and fresh layer of skin will be exposed. It helps to reduce sun spots, acne scars, dark spots, hyperpigmentation, and other skin-related issues.
- Laser Treatment: In this treatment, the doctor uses laser beams to reduce the melanin buildup in the skin. Laser treatment will give the skin a brighter and younger look. It will also help you reduce age spots, acne scars, and other dark spots on your skin.
- Microdermabrasion Skin tone and texture can be improved with microdermabrasion, a minimally invasive procedure. Sun damage, wrinkles, fine lines, age spots, acne scarring, melasma, and other skin conditions can be improved with this treatment.
- Skin Lightening injections:Tyrosine is an enzyme that regulates melanin production in the body. Skin whitening injections contain chemicals known as glutathione to reduce the tyrosine production of the body.
- Skin whitening products: If you are not interested in any in-office treatment, the doctor might also prescribe you some products containing glycolic acid, retinol, lactic acid, etc. These chemicals have the bleaching property and give the skin a whiter complexion on usage.
Myth And Facts
Myth: Skin Whitening treatments is like same as Skin bleaching
- Fact: That’s completely wrong. Bleaching treatment has nothing to do with skin whitening. Bleaching only affects the color of the skin and facial hair, whereas whitening of the skin is a more advanced treatment that treats deeper than skin bleaching. Dermatologists perform whitening treatments. Lightening the skin is the process of restoring a youthful glow to the skin and repairing skin tone. It is also a less dangerous and more effective treatment than bleaching.
Myth: Treatments for All-Laser Are The Same.
- Fact: No two laser machines are precisely the same. The same is true for laser experts as well. For optimal results, the laser machine must be reliable. More importantly, a doctor has not only in-depth knowledge of human skin. As well as solid laser physics skills, they must be able to use lasers.
How does full body whitening treatment work?
Dr. Saney will first inquire about your expectations about the result. Then she will brief you about the different treatment options available and help you decide on any of the options depending on your health and financial position. You can choose from the available treatment options like injections, laser resurfacing, chemical peels, etc. Once the treatment is decided, a date will be fixed according to both of your schedules. After the treatment, the doctor may prescribe you medicines or other topical medication to follow for a successful result.