Pigmentation

Skin colour is determined by how much pigment it produces, specifically a protein called melanin. Pigmentation in the form of unsightly dark spots or patches occurs when the skin becomes damaged and reacts by producing extra melanin in these areas.

One of the most common causes of pigmentation is damage from sun exposure. The end result is uneven, patchy skin tone. Other causes of pigmentation include scarring from acne or hyperpigmentation after inflammation or injury of the skin. The effects of pigmentation can be reduced with appropriate treatments.

How we can help

We supply a range of clinically proven SkinCeuticals products designed to reduce the appearance of skin discoloration by exfoliating dead skin cells and protecting the skin from further environmental damage. In addition we also provide the following treatments for more immediate results:

  • Medical peel: an effective way to remove superficial pigmentation, revealing healthier, more evenly toned skin below.
  • Intense pulsed light (IPL): a targeted treatment using photorejuvenation to help resolve skin pigmentation caused by hormonal changes.
  • Jett plasma pen: a targeted treatment to reduce or remove skin spots and superficial blemishes caused by pigmentation.
  • Derma-roller: using super-fine needles packed together on derma-roller tips, this treatment rehydrates the skin and produces a more even skin tone.

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