Remove Pigmentation for Glowing Skin
Glowing skin is not just about a physical trait, but it is also about feeling good from inside. It always adds an aesthetic appeal to your beauty. Sometimes if you are not happy with your skin, it may affect your self-confidence and attitude. But this is no longer a cause for worry, thanks to the pigmentation treatments.
Our Skin Experts use state-of-the-art GentleMax Pro lasers to perform the treatment and are experienced in the reduction of superficial pigmentation delivering fantastic results. The laser is attracted to the melanin in the skin which absorbs the light and is drawn to the surface without harming the surrounding tissue.
Once drawn to the surface, the pigmentation will dry and fall off the area treated.
How does it remove pigmentation?
The Laser reduces or eliminates the appearance of unwanted pigment in the skin by using light to target the pigmented area and break it up. On impact it treats the aging effects of sun damage fading the pigmentation (sun spots, age spots and freckles) in the treated areas. While some areas respond with just one treatment, other areas may require multiple treatments over several visits. When multiple treatments are required, significant improvement should be noted with each visit.
BEFORE AND AFTER
What is the consultation like?
DermaLase medical Spa has experienced skin specialists. Based on your discussion with the specialist, customized treatment is planned, a detailed explanation would be provided about the treatment plan which is medically approved and of the highest standard.
What are the standards followed in your treatment?
DermaLase uses the best equipment with high safety profile for treatment. For instance, the Lasers at are time tested and most advanced in their group.
What are the most common pigmentary concerns?
Tan: This is caused due to increased production of melanin on sun exposure and results in darkening of skin. It is commonly found on the forehead, outer aspect of arms and temples. It can be prevented by protection and avoidance from Sun using protective clothing and sunscreens.
Melasma: These are dark, irregular brown patches which are found commonly on the forehead, nose, upper part of the cheeks, upper lip and nose. This is more common in women especially during pregnancy or in those undergoing hormonal replacement therapy. There are two types of Melasma, Dermal and Epidermal.
Freckles: These are brown to black spots formed on skin due to clusters of concentrated melanin, usually found in fair skinned people. They are caused by sun damage and are usually found on face or areas of skin exposed to Sun such as chest, arms, shoulders.
DURATION OF RESULTS
Results may vary from person to person, and any claims made on this website are not guaranteed.