Pigmentation usually occurs from too much exposure to the sun. Too much sun can create blotchy skin that has freckles, age spots and larger discoloured skin patches. Depending on your skin type, CO2 fractional laser and PRP skin can be very effective treatments in helping reduce pigmentation and significantly improving the overall texture of your skin. For a very mild alternative with minimal downtime, we usually recommend microdermabrasion.
Disclaimer: We are all unique. This means that treatment plans, the results, down time and recovery following treatment will vary from patient to patient. The information presented on this website should be used as a guide only.
Hyperpigmentation can be caused by too much sun exposure. Ultraviolet rays can trigger your body to produce melanin, a dark pigment. The increased melanin may protect your body from further sun damage.
The sun doesn’t just give you an even glow. It can cause age spots and uneven skin. Many Britishs get plenty of sun exposure. Even if you’re careful about sun protection, you could develop some signs of sun damage.
You can even get sun damage through glass. UVB rays, the ones that cause sunburn, don’t pass through window panes, but UVA rays can. Those can be responsible for signs of ageing.
Sun damage can also make your pores look bigger. UV exposure can inflame your skin. The thickened cells that collect around the edge of your pores may give them a larger appearance.
The sun isn’t the only thing that causes dark spots, uneven skin tone and enlarged pores. Your skin can lose elasticity as you age. When it droops, it can pull on the edges of the tiny holes at the surface, extending them. People with oily skin may naturally have larger pores than those with dry skin.
The skin can absorbs pollution and can develop dark spots from the exposure. This is especially common on the face.
Hormones may also be to blame. They can increase oil production, which can make your pores bigger. Some hormones can also affect the way that your skin produces melanin. Some women develop darkness around the cheeks, upper lip and forehead.
Beauty products and cosmetics can even make skin blotchy. Using products that contain soy can trick the body into thinking that it’s getting extra estrogen, which can make dark spots darker.
Our skin pigmentation removal treatments aim to reverse acne scars, skin discolouration, fine lines and age spots due to ageing, and sun damage, such as freckles, sun spots, and dark patches. Our pigmentation removal treatments are also ideal for all people with stretch marks, skin trauma, hyperpigmentation, and liver spots.
The pigmentation treatment we offer patients is suitable for skin colour, skin type, and skin colour. Our laser pigmentation removal will give your skin an even tone and the best skincare results whether you have melasma patches or brown spots due to sun exposure.
Our laser clinics offer carbon dioxide fractional laser treatments to alleviate any pigment condition, such as acne scarring and the overproduction of melanin. This post-treatment involves removing dermis columns per layer while heating the moisture in your skin to trigger new skin cells’ production.
Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy injects your body’s platelets into part of your face, using skin needling. The platelets’ growth factors increase collagen production, which alleviates most issues, including post-inflammatory pigmentation and rosacea.
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