Pigmentation treatment is needed for Hyperpigmentation or Post Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation (PIH) which causes skin darkening and discolouration to appear as spots or large patches on the body sometimes after inflammation caused by a burn or scar. This is caused by the excess production of the skin pigment melanin, and rather than spread it evenly across your skin it goes into overdrive in small patches. People with black or darker skin naturally produce more melanin, so when the skin is damaged more melanin is produced resulting in more dark spots or patches.

People that are affected by PIH may have confidence issues and refuse to wear specific clothing that shows their skin.

In today’s blog, The Laser Treatment Clinic bring you an insight into pigmentation treatment specifically for black skin and how it can help you achieve natural looking results.

The Treatment

The Derma White Treatment provided by us here at The Laser Treatment Clinic is specifically designed for people with darker skin tones to treat Post-Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation. Combining cutting edge treatment and products such as the Ultra Light Derma White Cream that help the skin get back to its natural form.


Depending on the scale of the hyperpigmentation you may need to visit for multiple sessions of laser treatment. It’s best to speak to one of our skin care experts during a free consultation and they’ll be able to decide how many sessions you’ll require based on your specific requirements.

After the laser treatment, you’ll be advised by our skin care experts on how to take care of your skin needs in-between sessions whether it be to use specific products such as the Ultra Light Derma White Cream.

Any questions you may have you can bring up with our skin care experts and they’ll be able to put your mind at ease on anything you’re worried about.

Get in touch with us today for your FREE consultation to see how we can help you and start your journey towards naturally clearer looking skin.