Hyperpigmentation Treatments in MA
Smooth skin tone without any hyperpigmentation!
Your skin color is determined primarily by the melanin concentration which is influenced by genetic and environmental factors. However, there are many types of pigmentary disorders, which may be inherited or acquired (infection, side effects of disease, etc.), influencing your skin tone and appearance. Some disorders affect just patches of the skin, while others affect the entire body, with different “diffusion” within the skin, in lateral direction and depth. Moreover, the pigmentary disorders may appear due to an increase in the concentration of melanocytes and some in the melanin production itself.
We are committed to providing safe, healthy treatments with minimum discomfort and maximum results for an even skin tone and hyperpigmentation-free skin.
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Brighten-up your skin and shine!
We offer a variety of solutions for hyperpigmentation that include chemical peels, medical grade skin products, and Intense Pulse Light therapy (IPL) that dramatically reduce hyperpigmentation lesions, making the skin tone even and bright. In the IPL treatment, the high concentration of melanin in the pigmented lesion is affected by energy, leading to local coagulation and consequential removal of the effected skin cells. It also reduces the formation of new pigmented spots and appearance of excising by balancing the synthesis of melanin and melanocytes activity (Tyrosinase’s inhibition).
Hyperpigmentation Treatments FAQs
- How many sessions are needed?
Some pigmented spots disappear post one session (the more superficial spots) and some require addition Hyperpigmentation Clearance sessions.
Tips for Pigmented Lesions
The main factor for most of the hyper-pigmentation disorders is direct sun exposure. By protecting your skin with high factor SPF creams, you protect your skin from reoccurrence and aggravation.
The range of pigmented lesions can vary between small, discreet lesions to large. Shape and location within the skin are important as it affects the treatment strategy. Therefore, only after professional diagnoses should the treatment regimen be proposed.