Laser Hyperpigmentation Treatment
What is hyperpigmentation?
Skin pigmentation(Hyperpigmentation) increases how old we look – more so than wrinkles.
Hyperpigmentation occurs when the skin produces more melanin, the pigment that gives skin its color. This can make spots or patches of skin appear darker than surrounding areas.
Hyperpigmentation is a common skin condition. It affects people of all skin types.
Some forms of hyperpigmentation, including melasma and sun spots, are more likely to affect areas of skin that face sun exposure, including the face, arms, and legs.
Other types of hyperpigmentation form after an injury or skin inflammation, such as cuts, burns, acne, or lupus. These can occur anywhere on the body.
Having extra pigment in some areas of skin is usually harmless but can sometimes indicate another medical condition.
These hyperpigmentation discolourations are generally benign, but for aesthetic reasons, you may want to remove it to achieve a more even skin tone.
How does it work?
Laser pigment removal enables us to treat unwanted benign pigmented lesions on all skin types. Different types of laser can be used depending on the type of pigmentation.755nm 532nm laser, are able to treat individual pigmented lesions on the face, neck, décolleté, hands and other areas of the body. They are all safe for lighter skin types.
While the advanced breakthrough Picosecond technology is great for stubborn pigment removal, and safe for our darker skin types. Usually 3 to 5 treatments is all you need to be pigment free!
In this type of treatment, lasers are utilised to treat the myriad of pigmentation problems. A beam of laser in a specialised wavelength is emitted into the skin, targeting the pigmented area. Then, the heat energy radiating from the laser shatters the melanin pigment particles into smaller forms that are subsequently absorbed and eliminated by the body’s immune system.
Skin Pigmentation Removal with Alexandrite 755nm is a quick, gentle and non-invasive treatment. This specially designed laser is absorbed only by the cells containing excessive concentrations of pigment. It does not affect the surrounding tissues or remove the normal skin colour. The light pulses produced by the laser can feel similar to the flicking of a rubber elastic band and for most people is not too uncomfortable. Immediate darkening is noticed after treatment. For 7-10 days the area will look like a dark scab which eventually sheds off.
The Alexandrite 755nm produces a wavelength of high energy light, which is then converted into heat energy. This can target the specific area of pigmentation because the laser is absorbed only by cells containing an excessive concentration of pigmentation. This causes efficient destruction while leaving the surrounding tissue undamaged.
Unlike chemical peels or conventional skin care products that only give you superficial results, laser hyperpigmentation removal treatment is able to reach into deeper layers of the skin, enabling optimal pigmentation removal.
This process occurs in an extremely rapid amount of time, and the overall treatment duration is usually short, but it may vary depending on the amount of hyperpigmentation that is removed. So, if you have more areas to be treated, expect a slightly longer treatment time!
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What can be treated?
Pigmentation removal treatments can correct a variety of superficial imperfections including:
· Sun spots
· Age spots
· Flat pigments including birth marks
· And more!
What area can be treated for hyperpigmentation?
Any area of your face and body can be treated. The most common areas are face, neck, hands, chest and shoulders, which typically are the most exposed areas to the damaging effects of the sun.
Is laser pigmentation removal successful for freckle removal?
Yes! If pigmentation is in superficial lesions such as freckles and sunspots, the Alexandrite 755nm Laser Pigmentation Removal can provide effective solution to freckle removal in as little as 1-3 treatments.
How mang treatments will I need?
With the sunwin laser ,we advise a minimum of 3 Laser Pigmentation Removal treatments to achieve the desired results.
How long will the treatment take?
Treatment will take 15-30 minutes depending on the size of the area being treated.
Does the treatment hurt?
The level of discomfort can vary depending on a person’s sensitivity, but most clients tolerate the treatment very well with little discomfort. Of course, some areas of the body are more sensitive than others and can cause some mild discomfort.
Is laser pigment removal safe？
The laser is only absorbed by cells containing an excessive amount of pigmentation, so the laser does not target any surrounding tissue, thus causing no damage.
Is the laser treatment suitable for darker skin types?
Certainly. Under the professional doctor, the laser treatment for hyperpigmentation removal is an effective and suitable solution for all skin types. The lasers utilised in the treatments only target specific areas of melanin and doesn’t damage surrounding skin structures. So, regardless of the skin tone that you have, this treatment can help you to achieve a smoother, more balanced tone overall!
Many people worry about side effects for this treatment. Let me shed some light on it.
Expectations following most Laser Treatments:
· Treated area may feel like a sunburn for a few hours, use a cold compress if needed
· Avoid exercising, hot tubs, or anything else that could cause excess heat or perspiration to the treated area for 24 hours following treatment
· Always apply a broad-spectrum (UVA/UVB) sunscreen of SPF 30 or higher daily (physical sunscreen SPF 50 is recommended for the face) or whenever area is exposed to the sun, during and after the course of treatment
· Mineral makeup may be used after the treatment and ensure that you have a physical sunscreen of at least SPF 30 under your makeup
· It is imperative to avoid sun exposure (and tanning beds and self-tanning lotions) to reduce the possibility of hyper or hypo pigmentation (dark or light spots). Skin that has been exposed to the sun cannot be treated with a laser for at least 2-4 weeks, as melanin in the skin becomes activated and increases risks for burns and pigmentation changes
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