Acne scars can take the form of discolouration, such as post inflammatory erythema (PIE), post inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH), or indentations in the skin, such as icepick, rolling, or boxcar scars.
Skin color is determined by skin pigmentation, which is the amount of melanin produced by the body. Melanocytes in the skin's epidermal layer create the two primary forms of melanin, eumelanin and pheomelanin.
Wrinkles & Fine Lines
Aging naturally causes wrinkles. Skin on areas of the body including the face, neck, hands, and forearms that are frequently exposed to the sun is more susceptible to develop these wrinkles and lines.
A common skin ailment called rosacea (roe-ZAY-she-uh) can produce flushing or persistent redness on your face. Additionally, it could result in tiny, pus-filled lumps and swollen blood vessels.
Skin Tone & Texture
Our level of pigment, or melanin, determines our skin tone. The state of our skin's surface is referred to as its texture. Although smooth, uniform skin with a soft texture is the ideal, it is not unusual to have coarse, uneven skin.