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Laser Pigmented Lesions

Prices:
Face        
£150
Hands     
£130

Small Body Area eg. Chest     
£200

Large Body Area eg. Back     
£250

If you have some sort of skin discolouration, you’re not alone. In fact, facial brown spots & discolouration are the top reasons for cosmetic visits to dermatologists. Although you may have tried & failed with previous efforts to erase pigment, newer technologies have resulted in some remarkable outcomes. Laser treatments represent a breakthrough in age-defying skin care that treats skin non-invasively.

 

What are pigmented lesions..?

 

Pigmentation is the colour in your skin produced by melanin, a natural pigment that also determines eye & hair colour. However, if too much melanin is produced in one area, the result is a brown patch on your skin.

 

Too much melanin can result from:

 

  • Sun exposure

  • Aging

  • Heredity or congenital factors

Common pigmented lesions include

  • Age Spots or “Liver” Spots: Smaller darkened patches usually on
    older adults who have been exposed to the sun for many years.
    These spots can be seen on the face, forearms & back of hands.
     

  • Post-inflammatory Hyper-Pigmentation: This type of hyper-pigmentation
    results from any inflammatory injury or trauma to the skin. For example,
    acne often leaves dark discoloration after a blemish heals.
    Rashes like psoriasis & eczema often darken the skin as well.

What is laser treatment for pigment..?

Laser treatments use short, safe bursts of light to target & treat specific skin conditions. Today’s lasers are very sophisticated & carefully deliver the appropriate amount of energy for your specific skin. Our lasers are specifically designed to target the excessive pigmented cells producing the unwanted spot. They provide a treatment that’s fast, easy & well-tolerated. It can make your skin look younger by removing age spots, sun spots, uneven pigmentation, diffuse redness & by stimulating collagen production thus improving your skin texture.

How does laser treatment work?

Our lasers deliver precise amounts of energy to effectively treat unwanted pigment & improve sun-damaged skin. The laser hand-piece is placed over the skin where the brown spot or other pigmentation sits & a bright flash of light is released. This light is absorbed by the pigment in sunspots & converted into heat. The heat damages the cells that created the pigment & causes your body to naturally dispose of this tissue while creating new, healthy tissue.

Technology we use here at Allure

We use the most advanced system available – the Elite+™ laser from Cynosure®. The Elite+™ is best-in-class & allows us to give you the results you want.

2 in 1 - The Elite+™ is actually two lasers in one system. Each laser is better at targeting different unwanted conditions, giving you the best result possible.

Thousands of treatments have been performed with the Elite+™ laser and it has
been proven safe and effective on patients of all skin types.

Safe & effective

Thousands of treatments have been performed with the Elite+™ laser & it has been proven safe & effective on patients of all skin types.