What Are Hyperpigmentation Treatments*
Do you have brown spots, red spots, and uneven skin tone? If so, it’s likely you have pigmentation, which is a common skin condition that occurs due to sun damage, aging, and even genetics. In order to minimize pigmentation, it’s important to seek out professional treatments, as over-the-counter products often can’t treat it. At Skinatomy Laser Clinic, we offer a diverse menu of treatment options, all designed to reduce the appearance of pigmentation.
How Do Hyperpigmentation Treatments Work?*
Hyperpigmentation treatments work by targeting and minimizing the appearance of pigmentation against the client’s skin tone (lasers) or by removing the top layers of the dermis to reveal the unpigmented skin hiding underneath (chemical peels). Our hyperpigmentation menu offers a variety of procedures, including:
Each procedure is highly effective at minimizing the appearance of hyperpigmentation, so you can enjoy a clearer and more luminous complexion again. During your Skinatomy Laser Clinic consultation, we’ll help you pick the right pigmentation procedure for you.
Am I a Good Candidate For Pigmentation Treatments?*
You’re a good candidate for pigmentation treatments if you have brown or red spots, freckles, uneven skin tone, and/or sun damage. The best candidates for pigmentation treatments have darker pigment against medium-to-light skin tones, although we do offer treatments for all skin types and tones.
How Long Does a Typical Treatment Take?*
Your treatment time will vary depending on which pigmentation solution is selected to treat your skin. Click the treatment links above to learn more about what you can expect for the treatment time.
What Results Will I See?*
Results will differ depending on the procedure you pick. To learn more, click the above links to learn when you can expect to see your ideal results.
Is There Any Downtime?*
Most pigmentation treatments usually don’t involve any downtime; instead, they involve being vigilant about wearing sunscreen immediately after your procedure. However, if you select chemical peels to treat your pigmentation, you should expect to take a few days off of work, as your skin will scab over from the procedure. To learn more, click the above links to learn more about anticipated downtime.
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*Individual Results May Vary