Sun damage pigmentation
Sun damage can appear as dark brown freckles or dark brown/black spots, also referred to as age spots or liver spots. They vary in size and are usually found on the areas of the body that have most sun exposure such as the face, chest, hands, arms, and upper back. These flat spots are caused by increased pigmentation as a direct result of extreme sun exposure.
Excess pigmentation, or darker areas of skin, can also be related to hormonal imbalances, medically know as melasma or chloasma and can commonly appear in females either taking oral contraception or during and after pregnancy. Pigmentation can also be caused by skin condition such as post acne, cuts, open wounds, inflammation and surgery.
Pigmentation is an abnormal colouring of a person’s skin. Many clients experience pigmentation as a result of sun exposure and/or hormonal changes.
As Skin and Laser Technicians who love the sun and age just like you, we understand what it’s like to have skin concerns such as pigmentation (aka freckles or uneven skin colour). In fact, we treat numerous clients’ skin for unwanted sun damage or hormonal pigmentation daily. Areas we treat vary from a client’s hand, decollatage, arms, legs, backs and face.
Our various modalties in clinic reduce unwanted pigmentation drastically. Even better, as highly trained and accredited Dermal Therapists we can safely treat clients of Asian descent with our various medical grade modalities.
Most clients seeking treatment for sun damage or hormonal pigmentation are looking to lighten, reduce, and clear the darker spots and/or patches of skin for an even-toned brighter complexion.
Depending on your skin condition, treatment prices vary as our team of expert Dermal Therapists will tailor a treatment plan to suit your skin condition ensuring long term successful results.
If you have a timeframe and budget in mind, it is best to advise your Dermal Therapist so a plan considering your lifestyle and budget can be taken into consideration.
Book in a free skin consultation at your choice clinic destination.
This will allow our team to assess your skin, medical information and lifestyle thoroughly. Once this is completed, we will begin your treatment journey to healthy red-free skin!
Please note, our experienced and professional team of Dermal Therapists are highly trained to treat pigmentation skin conditions.
We are accredited and qualified in using medical grade apparatus and performing advanced skin treatments.