Worried about pigmentation and sun spots? Get your skin glowing in time for spring with this months results driven pigmentation specials!
HALF PRICE PHOTO REJUVENATION AND CARBON FACIALS
Why do I have pigmentation?
Pigmentation from sun damage is often common on the face, neck, chest, arms and shoulders or other areas exposed to the sun, due to the skin producing extra melanin (dark pigment) to protect the skin. This could be in the form of sunspots, dark patches of skin, or areas of freckles – which will all likely darken and expand with more sun exposure. Another common form of pigmentation is melasma, which usually shows up as large patches of slightly darkened skin and is caused by hormonal changes such as pregnancy.
How can I reduce pigmentation using IPL?
If you’re trying to clear your complexion and reduce pigmentation, IPL is likely the perfect treatment to help. The treatment works by using Intense Pulsed Light to target areas of pigment, breaking it down into particles, which then rise to the surface of the skin. This then flakes away with the skin’s natural healing process within a few days, meaning the downtime is minimal. As well as reducing age spots and pigmentation patches, IPL also works to improve the look of broken capillaries, redness and for general improvement in skin texture.
What is Photo Rejuvenation?
It is a treatment on the face or body using intense light and/or laser; giving a great freshening effect on the skin and removing blemishes such as freckles, age spots and red capillary veins.
What is a Carbon Facial?
A carbon peel is a revolutionary laser treatment that is completely painless with minimal-to-zero downtime. It is highly beneficial for people with oily skin, blackheads, enlarged pores, dull skin, and acne on the face or body. It is also an excellent way to exfoliate and refresh your skin, providing an instant refreshed appearance and leaving skin feeling softer, smoother and firmer. A layer of liquid carbon is applied to the skin, where it penetrates deep into the pores. Laser light is highly attracted to the carbon particles. When the laser is passed over the area, it destroys the carbon, taking dead skin cells, contaminants and oil with it.