You love the glow you develop during the summer, don’t you? Often times, however, you get a little more than you bargained for. And that “glow” well…let’s just say it turns into a series of blotchy spots.
Many people experience hyperpigmentation (dark spots) after being out in the sun. This uneven skin tone can also result from hormonal changes, such as those that occur during pregnancy, menopause, or from injury or inflammation of the skin due to acne, eczema or psoriasis.
Luckily there are ways to help lessen, and in some cases completely eradicate, this dark dilemma. Read on for ways to achieve a healthy and radiant complexion.
Microdermabrasion is a gentle approach to resolving hyperpigmentation. Microdermabrasion is used to lessen fine lines and discoloration, and to treat an uneven complexion caused by sun damage, light scarring and stretch marks. After just one microdermabrasion treatment, you’ll see a major improvement in skin tone, skin brightness, clarity and radiance.
Chemical peels are typically applied to the face and cause the underlying cells to literally slough off, revealing the new skin, which is softer, lighter and more luminous. After a chemical peel, your new complexion is glowing and youthful, with a smoother, softer texture. Chemical peels also greatly reduce the appearance of facial lines and acne scars.
The latest breakthrough in laser technology, PicoSure delivers energy in short bursts to target and eliminate pigment without causing harm to the surrounding skin. This FDA approved laser renews your skin by erasing unwanted hyperpigmentation, freckles and age spots, with remarkable results in fewer treatments compared to other procedures. Read more here about what it does for unwanted tattoos!
Hyperpigmentation treatments with the PicoSure Laser
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