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Journal of Pigmentary Disorders
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The Journal of Pigmentary Disorders is a peer reviewed Journal that publishes studies based on or centred on Melanocytes. It is the most appropriate arena for the mutual interaction between dermatologists, physicians and scientists interested in the melanocytes biology around the world.

The Journal of Pigmentary Disorders (JPD) is a Hybrid Open Access Scientific Journal that offers an interesting publishing platform globally and aims to keep scientists, clinicians and medical practitioners, researchers, and students informed and updated on the ongoing research in the relevant area. Outstanding quality articles are welcome to maintain the highest standard of the journal and to achieve high impact factor.

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Vitiligo

Vitiligo (vit-ih-LIE-go) is a pigmentary disorder that causes the loss of skin color. The degree and rate of skin shading from vitiligo is capricious. It can impact the skin on anywhere of our body. It may moreover impact hair, inside of the mouth and even the eyes. Vitiligo is a disease that causes the loss of skin color in blotches. It is not a contagious and has types such as Segmental vitiligo and Non-segmental vitiligo

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Melanin

Melanin is a perplexing polymer derived from the amino destructive tyrosine. Melanin "The Chemical Key to Life" offers color to human skin, hair, and eyes. It is derived from melanocytes. Melanin is a gathering of complex polymerix chain which exist in our bodies in a variety of diverse structures. It is comprised of distinctive forms to be specific melanin polymers, building blocks and substances which are useful in breaking down the substances.

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Melasma

Melasma (mask of pregnancy, chloasma) is patches of dark skin that appears on the area of the face which is exposed to sun. It is more common in females and individuals with darker skin-tones who live in sunny atmospheres. It is thought to be basically identified with external sun exposure, hormones like anticonception medication pills, and inner hormonal changes as found in pregnancy. Melasma is basically darker-than-typical skin influencing the cheeks, brow, upper lip, nose and button, as in a symmetrical way. It might be constrained to the cheeks and nose or simply happen overlying the jaw.

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Skin Dark Spots

Dark spots on the skin, likewise called hyperpigmentation, are a typical skin issue particularly starting in middle age. Purposes behind dark spots are because of development of overabundance melanin on the skin. These brown appearing spots show up typically around the cheeks, arms and hands. Many refer to them as “age spots”. They are treated by Intense Pulsed Light Therapy and Microdermabrasion or by using sunscreen with a sun protection factor (SPF)

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Melasma Treatment

Melasma treatment incorporates Hydroquinone, Tretinoin and corticosteroids, Other topical (connected to the skin) prescriptions like azelaic acid or kojic acid Chemical peel.

Skin tumor Skin growth — the irregular development of skin cells — frequently grows on skin presented to the sun. The two most normal sorts are basal cell tumor and squamous cell malignancy. They mostly appear on the head, face, neck, hands, and arms. Another sort of skin growth, melanoma, is more risky yet less regular.

Pale skinned person lacking melanin pigmentation, with the outcome being that the skin and hair are strangely white or smooth and the eyes have a pink or blue iris and a dark red.

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Skin lesions

A skin lesion is a shallow development or patch of the skin that does not resemble like the region encompassing it. Skin sores can be gathered into two classifications: primary and secondary. Primary skin sores differs in skin color that possibly exhibit during childbirth, for example, moles or pigmentations, or that may be procured during a man's lifetime, for example, those connected with irresistible infections (e.g. warts, skin inflammation, or psoriasis), allergic responses (e.g. hives or contact dermatitis), or natural agents (e.g. sunburn, weight, or temperature extremes). Secondary skin lesions are those adjustments in the skin that outcome from essential skin sores, either as a characteristic movement or as a consequence of a person manipulating (e.g. scratching or picking at) a primary lesion.

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Tatoos

Tattos are permanent coloration of the skin by the introduction of external pigment. A tattoo may be made intentionally or may coincidentally happen when a touch of graphite from a softened pencil point is implanted up the skin. Laser is favored for evacuation of tatoos, small tattoos can be uprooted by surgical extraction.

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Hair Color

Hair color is the pigmentation of hair follicles melanin. There are two sorts of melanin eumelanin and pheomelanin. In the event that more eumelanin is available, the shading of the hair is darker; if less eumelanin is available, the hair is lighter. Conditions influencing hair color are Aging or achromotrichia, Stress and so on.

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Nails

Nails are a skin appendages made up of hard defensive protein called keratin. Nail abnormalities are problems with the color, shape, texture, or thickness of the fingernails or toenails. Nail abnormalities are problems with the color, shape, texture, or thickness of the fingernails or toenails. Some of the nail disorders are Onychia (inflammation to nail folds), Onychocryptosis, Onychodystrophy etc.,

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Plaque Psoriasis

Plaque psoriasis is the most well-known type of the perpetual, relapsing, provocative skin disease with a strong hereditary premise ailment and shows up as raised, red patches secured with a gleaming white development of dead skin cells or scale. Three fundamental treatment modalities are accessible for the general management of psoriasis: topical operators; phototherapy; and biological therapies, including biologic treatments. These medications may be utilized alone or as a part of blend.

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Sunburn

Sunburn inflammation is due to prolong exposure to ultraviolet radiation usually within the range of 260–320 nm in sunlight. Sunburn is manifested by reddened, painful skin that may develop blisters. It increases risk of developing skin cancers like melanoma. It is also called as erythema solare

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Sun poisoning

Sunburn acute cutaneous inflammatory reaction accompanied with dehydration is known as sun Poisoning or Photodermatitis. Symptoms of sun poisoning include fever and chills, nausea, rapid heartbeat, rapid breathing, and possibly shock with loss of consciousness

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SPF

Sun protection factor is the ratio of the exposure time to the sun required to produce a given level of erythaema before the application of sunscreen to the time of exposure required to produce such erythema after the application of sunscreen.

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Complexion

Appearance is the shade of the skin particularly face and it is an organic characteristic. Variety in skin appearance is because of protein atom known as Melanin. Melanosomes shield the DNA from changes created by sun radiation.

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Esthetician

Experts who are specialized in enhancing external layer of skin epidermis. They are trained in the cosmetic treatment of the skin. They perform various cosmetic procedures including facials, body treatments, and waxing

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Journal of Pigmentary Disorders is associated with our " 6th International Conference on Clinical & Experimental Dermatology" (Dermatology-2016) May 05-07, 2016 New Orleans, USA with a theme " Advanced Therapeutic and Modern Dermatological Technologies". We are particularly interested in Articles related to Vitiligo, Melasma, Melanocytes, Hyperpigmentation, Tatoos, Skin Cancers and in other related clinical and medical areas.

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