Undo Age and Sun Damage
Get rid of age spots and sun damage with laser light treatment for sun damage and age spots. It delivers visible results quickly, and is a powerful treatment alternative to microdermabrasion and chemical peels. Treatment sessions take just minutes, so you can resume your busy life.
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Pigmentation laser treatment reduces the appearance of dark spots and pigment on your face and body, including:
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Types of lesions we can treat sun damage , freckles , facial thread veins , non-complex leg veins , cherry angiomas, spider veins.
|Thread veins||Face from £140 Legs from £175|
The laser delivers light in very short, high intensity pulses which pass through the skin. The rapid absorption of light causes the pigment molecule to destruct. The pigment molecule is then removed by the body’s natural filtering system.
Pigmented lesions occur in approximately 15% of the population. Solar Letigines (sun or age spots), café-au-lait birthmarks can be removed. The laser can treat these spots anywhere on the body, more commonly on the face, hands, and chest.
The treatment causes immediate darkening of the pigmented area followed by mild crusting which may last 5 to 10 days. For the majority of lesions only one treatment is required, however, depending on the size, colour, and depth more than one treatment may be required. A burning sensation will be felt at the time of treatment and for 1 to 3 hours afterwards the spots may feel slightly tender.
All activities are permitted, including showering and bathing. An antibiotic ointment may be applied on the crusted lesions. The lesions should be allowed to fall off without scrubbing or picking. New skin will be revealed after the lesions fall off. Sunscreen should be worn at all times to prevent further sun/age spots from occurring.
Persistent or permanent pigmentation changes can occur with either lightening or darkening the skin, although these side effects are rare. There is also a remote risk of scarring, infection and textural changes.