Laser Pigmentation Removal Treatment
Laser pigmentation removal in Sydney, CBD is a safe and effective treatment that can help you remove unwanted pigmentation. It has several benefits over other methods of removing pigmentation, such as chemical peels and intense pLaser Pigmentation Removal Treatmentulsed light (IPL), including:
Alters the pigmentation of the skin
Laser pigmentation removal uses a laser to break up the pigment. The pigment does not absorb the laser, so it does not damage the skin. It can be used on all skin types and is an effective option for removing unwanted pigmentation.
Requires 3-5 treatments
The number of treatments required depends on the severity and location of your pigmentation. For example, if you have areas of dark spots that are very noticeable and annoying, you may need 3-5 treatments. However, if you have some areas with light pigments that aren’t visible to others or only appear in certain lighting conditions, then it’s possible to get away with just one treatment.
The best way to determine how many laser treatments are necessary is by first doing a full body assessment so we can identify what type of skin you have, whether it’s sensitive or not, and then work from there.
Requires little to no downtime
A laser pigmentation removal treatment is a great option for people who want to improve their skin tone and texture but don’t have time for injections. The procedure takes little time, has few complications, and requires no downtime. It also has no topical anesthetic or other pain medication required as part of your treatment plan. After the procedure, you’ll need to clean your face with soap and water, then apply moisturiser if desired.
Safe for all skin types
This treatment is safe for all skin types, including sensitive or allergic skin. It’s also ideal for people who have fine lines or wrinkles because it doesn’t require any downtime and can be done in just one session!
It’s important to note that this procedure isn’t just for the face; it’s also beneficial to use on other parts of your body, such as legs or hands if you have brown eyes, dark spots under your eyes (like old acne scars), freckles on your cheeks or hands/feet then laser pigmentation removal.
Laser pigmentation removal is generally performed by a dermatologist, a doctor who specialises in diagnosing, treating, and preventing diseases affecting the skin.
After conducting a medical history and physical examination, a dermatologist will perform a skin test to determine whether you are suitable for laser pigmentation removal. If the results show that you are unsuitable for this procedure, no action will be taken.
If your results show that you are suitable for laser pigmentation removal, your doctor will explain the process and may recommend additional tests before proceeding with treatment.
During laser pigmentation removal, doctors use an infrared light source (laser) to destroy melanin cells in your skin’s pigment-producing cells (melanocytes). Melanocytes produce melanin as part of their normal function; however, they can become overactive if they are exposed to too much ultraviolet radiation or damage from other sources.
Laser pigmentation removal is a great option for those looking to remove unwanted pigment from their skin without going through a painful procedure or taking a long time off work. It requires just 3-5 treatments and can be done while you’re still working, so it’s an easy fix that won’t disrupt your life too much. If you’re interested in seeing if this treatment would benefit you, contact us today!