In a perfect world, each and every one of us would have smooth, flawless skin that looks great at every moment of the day. But life gets in the way of that; we get a little too much sun, we age, and our genetics can determine other skin conditions. All of these factors, plus many others, contribute to skin pigmentation on the face and other areas of our body. Some people might have minor pigmentation, while for other people it might be significantly visible. But with laser treatment for skin pigmentation from Melbourne clinic Skiin, you can remove or considerably reduce the visible signs and begin to feel confident about your appearance.
Laser treatment to remove pigmentation from the face works by being absorbed into the melanin (pigment) found in the skin. The laser light causes the cells in the skin to heat up and become damaged so that the body must shed those dead cells. As the pigmented cells rise to the surface, the skin appears to darken. Some people might experience some light scabbing. After about 1 to 2 weeks, the pigmentation in the skin will either disappear completely or significantly lighten.
Laser treatment for pigmentation may require a few sessions, spaced apart, to allow the affected skin to recover.
When you visit a Skiin laser pigmentation treatment clinic in Melbourne, you can feel confident that your procedure will be conducted safely. Our highly trained and experienced nurses, doctors, aesthetic physicians and cosmetic clinicians are all dedicated to providing our patients with the highest standards of care.
Book an appointment with Skiin today by calling 1300 754 467 or sending us a message online and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
* Disclaimer: The content of the SKIIN Clinic web site, such as text, graphics, images, and information obtained from third parties, are for informational purposes only. Results from series of treatments performed may vary from a person to another. It is recommended to consult our qualified doctors, nurses or skin therapist prior to performing a treatment.