Physical Address

304 North Cardinal St.
Dorchester Center, MA 02124

Homoeopathic medicine for black spots on face


Hyperpigmentation is a medical term for when a portion of the skin gets noticeably darker than the surrounding skin. Melanin, a pigment, is produced in excess, which is why this occurs. At some point in their life, many people have reported having black spots on face which is a pretty common ailment.

Black Spots On Face Image
Homoeopathic medicine for black spots on face 3


  • Freckled Skin: These skin blemishes are primarily freckles.
  • Solar Lentigines: Also referred to as age spots, sun spots these lesions are typically brought on by prolonged sun exposure.
  • Melasma: This condition, which is most frequently observed in expectant women, is brought on by hormonal changes during pregnancy. Except for the eye area, melasma often appears as pigmented, patchy areas of discolouration on the face.

Why does black spots on face occur?

  • It  may run in families, meaning that parents might pass it on to their offspring.prolonged sun exposure.
  • Skin picking and prodding can also lead to black spots on face.
  • It may be an unintended side effect of medications such as hormone therapies, antibiotics, and anti-seizure medications.
  • Skin damage brought on by inflammation and bad forms of acne vulgaris.


Blemishes or pigmentation are viewed as the local manifestation of a systemic or internal problem in homoeopathy. According to homeopathy, skin conditions should be treated from the inside out because they are a sign of an underlying imbalance. After a thorough individualizing examination and case-analysis that takes into account the patient's medical history, physical and mental constitution, hereditary predisposition, and other factors, the homeopathic medications are chosen. The cause of pigmentation is considered while considering homeopathic treatments, including mental stress, hormone imbalances, sun exposure, nutritional deficiencies, weakened immune systems, and others.


The immune system will be strengthened by homeopathic treatment, which targets the source of the issue, and pigmented areas will gradually return to the skin's natural color. Homeopathic medications balance out hormonal imbalances and reduce excessive melanin production. The formation of melanin by the skin naturally occurs and is not inhibited by homeopathy. It will work by influencing melanocytes to naturally create less melanin, strengthening skin cells so they can stay healthy and removing extra melanin from the skin. This enhances the skin's quality (texture), makes imperfections vanish, and avoids future skin discolouration.Homeopaths also utilize external creams that are made solely from homeopathic mother tincture and low potencies, are extremely safe, and have no side effects in order to promote quick healing and maintain the skin's texture and beauty.



If you have blue circles under your eyes and a grayish-yellow discoloration of your face, you can use medications like Lycopodium Clavatum. Brown patches on the nose and face can also be cured by it.


Chloasma (yellow spots on the face and a yellow mark over the bridge of the nose and the cheeks) can be treated with sepia offincinalis. This medication works better on patients with dark hair and also cures conditions that arise during pregnancy.


It is recommended to take Thuja occidentalis to cure dry skin that has uneven dark spots. People with waxy cheeks and dark under eye circles should use this medication.


You can also take argentum nitricum if your face appears bluish, aged, and pale. It works best on individuals with tight, rigid, brown skin that has erratic brown spots.

READ  Homoeopathic medicine for Pyorrhea


Women with uterine and menstrual issues can use caulophyllum thalictroides to treat skin discolouration.


In most cases, plumbum metallicum treats liver spots, hyperpigmentation, and lowers the amount of oil on the face.

A homeopathic doctor's experience and sound judgment are what will determine the right decision and the relief that follows. Following a thorough patient case evaluation, the treatment is chosen. Therefore, homeopathic pigmentation therapies are customized and should be used only after contacting a qualified homeopath. You can always consult an expert if you have a question or worry to receive the answers you need.

Dr. Aabru
Dr. Aabru

I am Aabru Butt, an accomplished author and passionate advocate of holistic healing. My journey has led me to a BHMS degree from SRI GURUNANK DEV HOMEOPATHIC MEDICAL COLLEGE AND HOSPITAL, where I have cultivated a deep understanding of homeopathic medicine. My writing reflects a harmonious blend of practical experience and academic expertise, illustrating my commitment to providing accurate and insightful information.