IPL Laser for Brown Spots

IPL (brown spots or hyperpigmentation )

Hyperpigmentation is usually a condition that does not cause you any harm, however, this is always potential that it could be a skin cancer so always get it assessed by a medical professional before commencing treatment. It gives an unevenness across the skin that is hard to camouflage with make-up.

Better known as dark spots, hyperpigmentation may be apparent as melasma – brown patches on adult skin – or as sun spots due to too much exposure to the sun resulting in an excess production of melanin.

It can happen anywhere on the face or body .

IPL Laser for Brown Spots

Hyperpigmentation Treatments at The Skin Nurse Clinic

There is no cure, but there are non-surgical procedures to help the appearance of skin discoloration.

We will advise you on a bespoke treatment plan at The Skin Nurse Clinic at your initial consultation, after conducting a thorough skin assessment. The best results for your sun spots, age spots or liver spots can often be achieved using a combination of methods, such as IPL skin resurfacing, micro-needling and chemical peels.

Interesting fact for prevention: Did you know that the reasons of visible skin ageing (whether the face or the body) is caused by sunlight? Or that UVA rays can pass through glass even in overcast weather? In contrast to UVB you do not get the warning sign of burning with UVA. The most important anti-ageing step you can take is to apply daily, a broad-spectrum sun screen SPF 30-50 in winter and at least 50 in the summer.

*DISCLAIMER Patient experience and results may vary. These are dependent on a number of factors such as lifestyle, age and medical history.

IPL Photorejuvenation

Sometimes makeup alone may not be enough to cover unwanted sun damage spots, age spots & dark pigmentation areas that cause unsightly skin can make you look older than you really are.

IPl is a fast way to leave brown marks off the skin 1 to 3 treatments can lighten the skin very effectively. After the procedure, the brown marks go darker & then lighten over the next 7 to 14 days.

If you would like to speak to someone about this or any of our other treatments, feel free to get in touch!