Treating pigment spots
The spots are created by the so-called pigment cells that are located in the bottom layer of the epidermis. Pigmentation can be prevented by always using an SPF, but existing pigmentation spots will not disappear on their own.
The most suitable candidates for this active retinol treatment are people with normal skin and good resistance. 6% Pure Retinol Peel gives dramatic and fast skin rejuvenation. Thanks to additional antioxidants, the skin is protected against damage by free radicals. The skin becomes visibly smoother, clearer and more even.
Chronic sun damage, but also trauma, pregnancy, hormones, scratching the house or aggressive skin treatments can cause pigmentation. We usually treat pigmentation with our laser treatments. However, in some cases these treatments are not sufficient to address the pigmentation
For the treatment of ‘difficult pigment’; that is, melasma or pigment that is difficult or not on others therapies respond, we recommend the Me-line. Melasma is a pigment disorder in which the erratic dark brown spots occur (usually in the face)
There are various treatments possible to address pigmentation spots. For a tailored advice, it is important to have the skin specialist look at the skin.
On the basis of this a personal treatment plan can be put together. Please note; a skin that is sensitive to pigmentation will always remain. Therefore, lubricate the skin daily (several times) with an SPF to prevent further damage.