Hyperpigmentation Treatment
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Hyperpigmentation Treatment

Pigmentation affects so many people.  Although, some types of pigmented lesions exist at birth, often times pigment represents one of the first signs of aging.  But there’s an easy way to refresh your skin. medaria’s simple slutions can clear away skin discoloration and unwanted pigment to reveal more beautiful skin and give you a more revitalized appearance.


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Forget Age! Undo 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.


Pigmentation treatment reduces the appearance of dark spots and pigment on your face and body, including:

•    age spots •    sun damage •    solar lentigines •    café au lait spots •    moles •    birthmarks •    freckles


Trust skin revitalization for:

•    Visible results after just one treatment •    Simple procedure with minimal discomfort •    Quick, non-invasive treatment sessions with no risk or down time •    Excellent treatment outcomes   Using the principle of selective photothermolysis, light-based treatment targets different chromophores in the skin. Chromophores selectively absorb the light energy as heat and yield the desired response. These optimal wavelengths of light clear pigmented lesions by targeting melanin. The damaged pigmented lesions are then cleared by the body.

What’s Behind Skin Hyperpigmentation?

Factors from the sun to hormonal changes can cause skin hyperpigmentation. These include:

  • Genetics. Some people are born with more freckles than others. The same goes for larger areas of darker skin from hyperpigmentation. A skin condition called melasma, which causes brown or gray-brown skin patches on the cheeks, nose, forehead, chin, and upper lip, often runs in families and usually affects women. It’s also more common among people who have darker skin, such as those with an Asian, Indian, Latin, Middle Eastern, or Mediterranean background. Their skin often has more melanocytes, the skin cells that produce pigment.


  • Sun damage. Ultraviolet rays from the sun will cause your skin to produce more melanocytes, which leads to the dark spots commonly called age spots or liver spots. Prescription drugs that make your skin more sensitive to the sun can also be behind skin hyperpigmentation.


  • Hormonal changes in women. Hormone changes can also stimulate more skin pigment to be produced. Hyperpigmentation during pregnancy is referred to as the “mask of pregnancy” because it causes darker patches on the face and other areas.


  • Skin irritation. People who have darker skin may get some hyperpigmentation after acne. And for some, using skin care products that irritate the skin will cause the skin to produce more pigment and cause dark patches.

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