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Dark spots can be removed with the use of a dedicated skincare programme and products made for that purpose. While topical skincare treatments can help reduce the appearance of black spots, eliminating them entirely can be challenging since melanin can gather throughout the skin’s layers, from the epidermis to the dermis.

MedLite Laser Therapy

The epidermal pigment is spared and problem areas may be targeted more precisely because the MedLite C6 laser employs high-speed energy waves that penetrate the skin in nanoseconds, reducing the amount of heat utilised in each operation compared to more conventional Photothermal laser treatments. As an added bonus, it also works well for skin renewal and the elimination of unwanted hair.

MedLite C6 lasers are noted for their cutting-edge Precision Beam Technology, which is delivered via a uniform, flat-topped beam profile with no spikes or hot spots. This procedure takes very little time and effort, and it causes no discomfort.

Chemical peel

Using a chemical solution, a chemical peel (also called chemexfoliation or dermapeeling) can enhance the appearance of your skin. As part of this treatment, a chemical solution is applied to the skin, potentially damaging the skin’s lower layers. After several years, the skin begins to shed its outer layers, exposing fresher, younger skin underneath. There are less fine lines and wrinkles, a more uniform tone, and a fresher look to the new skin.

Microdermabrasion

An in-office microdermabrasion treatment for hyperpigmentation that works solely on the outermost layer of skin (superficial scarring).

During the procedure, your dermatologist will use a portable device similar to a drill fitted with a wire brush or other abrasive attachment. Next, you’ll gently and rapidly remove dead skin cells by gliding the tool over your skin. There’s a chance that you’ll need more than one session to achieve your goals.

Fractional Co2 Laser Treatment

Acne scars, deep wrinkles, and other skin problems can be treated using fractional CO2 lasers by dermatologists and doctors. It is a painless procedure that uses a carbon dioxide laser to remove the outer layers of damaged skin.

The use of lasers in this way has become increasingly common. Since the energy is readily absorbed by water and skin contains a lot of it, the treatment is ideal for precise and risk-free ablation. It can be used for photorejuvenation and “skin resurfacing.”

Carbon Laser Peel

The Carbon Peel Facial, sometimes known as the “China Doll Peel Facial” due to the porcelain-like appearance of the skin after treatment, is a cutting-edge laser resurfacing process.

The carbon peel facial is meant to bring the skin back into harmony. As a result, the skin’s surface becomes uniformly shiny and smooth. The regenerated skin has a more uniform texture and the appearance of scars, black spots, and age spots diminishes when the surgery is completed.