Laser Pigmentation Removal

Laser pigmentation removal is a safe and effective cosmetic procedure designed to address various skin imperfections caused by excessive pigmentation or dark spots. This treatment harnesses the power of focused laser technology to target and break down the pigment particles in the skin, ultimately reducing or completely eliminating the appearance of pigmented lesions.

Here’s a more detailed breakdown of laser pigmentation removal:

  1. How it Works: During the procedure, a specialized laser device emits intense bursts of light energy that are absorbed by the pigment in the skin. This energy heats and fragments the pigmented cells, allowing the body’s natural processes to gradually eliminate them.
  2. Types of Pigmentation Treated: Laser pigmentation removal is commonly used to treat a variety of skin concerns, including:
    • Age Spots: Also known as sunspots or liver spots, these are flat, brownish patches that develop on the skin, often due to prolonged sun exposure.
    • Freckles: Small, concentrated areas of pigmentation that are typically genetic and more prominent after sun exposure.
    • Melasma: A condition characterized by brown or grayish-brown patches on the face, often associated with hormonal changes, pregnancy, or birth control use.
    • Post-Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation: Dark marks left behind after injuries, acne, or other skin conditions heal.
    • Birthmarks: Certain types of birthmarks that are pigmented can also be treated with lasers.
  3. Procedure and Recovery: Laser pigmentation removal is typically an outpatient procedure performed by a trained dermatologist or laser specialist. Depending on the size and depth of the pigmented area, multiple sessions may be required for optimal results. The treatment is generally well-tolerated and may cause mild discomfort, which can be managed with topical anesthesia or cooling during the procedure.After the treatment, there might be some redness, swelling, or scabbing in the treated area, but these side effects usually subside within a few days to a week. It’s crucial to follow post-procedure care instructions, including sun protection, to minimize the risk of complications.
  4. Results: The results of laser pigmentation removal are not immediate and typically require a few weeks to several months to become fully apparent as the body naturally eliminates the fragmented pigmented cells. Multiple sessions may be needed to achieve the desired outcome.
  5. Safety Considerations: Laser pigmentation removal is generally considered safe when performed by qualified professionals. However, it may not be suitable for everyone, particularly individuals with very dark or tanned skin, as the laser can affect pigmentation. A consultation with a dermatologist or cosmetic specialist is essential to determine the best approach for each individual’s skin type and concern.

In summary, laser pigmentation removal is a non-invasive and effective way to address various pigmentation issues and achieve clearer, more even-toned skin. It’s essential to consult with a skincare professional to discuss your specific needs and expectations before undergoing the procedure.

Laser Pigmentation Removal Pricing

Laser Pigmentation RemovalSingle treatmentPre-pay 4+ (Save 30%)
1/4 Face$105$74
Feet & Toes$135$95
1/2 Face$139$97
Hands & Fingers$139$97
Neck – Front or Back$139$97
3/4 Face$169$118
1/4 Arms$169$118
1/4 Back$169$118
Full Face$189$132
Arms – Upper or Lower$275$192
1/4 Legs$299$209
1/2 Back$309$216
3/4 Back$379$265
Full Arms$415$291
Full Back$449$314
Legs – Upper or Lower$499$349
3/4 Legs$599$419
Back & Shoulders$599$419
Face, Neck & Decollatage$599$419
Full Legs$779$545