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Skin Pigmentation

Treat uneven skin tones with our effective pigmentation solutions

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Skin pigmentation treatment: before and after 

As experts in our field, we have helped many clients transform uneven skin tones by fighting pigmentation and promoting healthier, glowing skin. 

  • Our clinicians use medical-grade industry-leading technology 
  • We create personalised treatment plans for each client 
  • Our clinic is results-driven and guarantees a transformed appearance 

No matter what area of the face requires pigmentation removal, we’ll effectively get rid of uneven patches and dark spots.

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Common types of facial pigmentation we treat

While pigmentation often differs for each person, we understand how best to treat its different forms, allowing for a more natural, even-looking skin tone.

Brown pigmentation

Brown pigmentation

Brown pigmentation on the face, often caused by sun exposure, hormonal changes, or aging, can significantly impact one's overall appearance.

Brown pigmentation on the face, often caused by sun exposure, hormonal changes, or aging, can significantly impact one's overall appearance. The dark spots and uneven patches caused by brown pigmentation can be actively treated with laser therapy, chemical peels, and specialised skincare regimens, targeting the excess melanin responsible for discolouration.

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Dark skin pigmentation

Dark skin pigmentation

Dark skin pigmentation on the face is mainly caused by an overproduction of melanin, the pigment responsible for skin colour. Triggers include prolonged sun exposure, hormonal fluctuations, and skin injuries.

Dark skin pigmentation on the face is mainly caused by an overproduction of melanin, the pigment responsible for skin colour. Various factors can trigger this excess melanin, including prolonged sun exposure, hormonal fluctuations, skin injuries or inflammation, and genetic predisposition. Proven techniques like advanced laser therapies and chemical peels target and break down excess melanin, promoting a more even and radiant complexion.

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Red pigmentation

Red pigmentation

Red pigmentation on the face, often manifested as rosacea, broken capillaries, or vascular lesions, can be a source of discomfort and self-consciousness.

Red pigmentation on the face, often manifested as rosacea, broken capillaries, or vascular lesions, can be a source of discomfort and self-consciousness. These conditions result from dilated blood vessels and inflammation, causing persistent redness and visible marks. With our state-of-the-art technologies, we provide tailored solutions that not only address existing red pigmentation but also help prevent future flare-ups.

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White pigmentation

White pigmentation

White pigmentation on the face, often called hypopigmentation, can arise from various causes, such as skin conditions, injuries, or certain medical treatments.

White pigmentation on the face, often called hypopigmentation, can arise from various causes, such as skin conditions, injuries, or certain medical treatments. This loss of skin colour can be visually striking and impact one's appearance. We offer treatments like fractional laser resurfacing and micro-needling to stimulate melanin production and promote the gradual restoration of natural skin colour.

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Our skin pigmentation specialists 

Our dermal clinicians are specially trained and have years of industry experience successfully treating skin pigmentation. 

What is skin pigmentation?

What is skin pigmentation?

Skin pigmentation refers to the natural colouration of the skin, which is determined by the presence and distribution of a pigment called melanin. The amount and type of melanin in the skin influence its colour, ranging from lighter to darker tones. 

Imbalances in melanin production can lead to conditions like hyperpigmentation (excessive darkening) or hypopigmentation (loss of colour), affecting the overall complexion and appearance of the skin. Various treatments and interventions are available to address pigmentation concerns and promote a more even and radiant skin tone.

What causes skin pigmentation?

What causes skin pigmentation?

Imbalances in skin pigmentation can be caused by various factors. For example, sun exposure and UV damage are two of the largest causes of pigmentation. 

Other causes of skin pigmentation include thermal injuries, inflammation, and even hormonal imbalances. Environmental factors such as cigarette smoke, air pollution, and chemicals can also damage the surface of your skin.

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Explore our pigmentation treatments and technology

Looking for an effective pigmentation removal treatment? We use innovative medical-grade technology that offers our clients the best results for their skin pigmentation needs. Explore our range of industry-leading treatments and solutions.

Chemical peels

Our skin peel solutions vary from mild to moderate depending on the type of pigmentation we’re treating.

Cosmelan

The Cosmelan chemical peel targets varying levels of skin pigmentation.

Skin needling

Skin needling gently breaks up pigment cells, reduces dark spots, and balances skin tone.

Vascular therapy

Vascular laser therapy can help target some types of pigmentation and redness in the skin.

Fraxel dual laser technology

With two wavelengths, the Fraxel dual laser  penetrates layers of your skin to stimulate new collagen growth — replacing old and damaged skin cells.

RF needling

RF needling creates small surface wounds using radio-frequency micro-needles to promote your body's natural collagen production.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best treatment for facial pigmentation?

The answer to this really depends on how much damage has occurred. If you have severe pigmentation, also known as hyperpigmentation, you'll need a more rigorous treatment plan than if you have mild sun damage.

We'll assess which treatment will work best for you when you come for a consultation. We'll consider your medical history, the amount of pigmentation on your skin, and lifestyle factors before we recommend any treatment plan.

How does laser pigmentation removal work?

Laser pigmentation removal is a non-invasive cosmetic procedure designed to target and reduce unwanted pigmentation, such as sunspots, age spots, freckles, and other forms of hyperpigmentation. 

During the process, a specialised laser emits controlled pulses of light that are absorbed by the excess melanin in the skin, causing it to break down into smaller particles. These fragmented pigments are then naturally eliminated by the body's immune system over time.

Are there any side effects to laser depigmentation?

While laser depigmentation is generally considered safe and effective, there are potential side effects that patients should be aware of. 

Common side effects include temporary redness, swelling, and mild discomfort immediately after the procedure, which typically subsides within a few days. 

Some people might also experience a sensation similar to a sunburn, or slight crusting or scabbing as the treated pigmentation naturally sloughs off.

How long does pigmentation take to fade after treatment?

The time it takes to see pigmentation fade will depend on how severe your condition is and how many treatments you’ve already had. We’ll let you know an estimated timeframe in your first consultation with our dermal experts. 

That said, many of our clients see a visible reduction in their skin pigmentation after their first treatment session.

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