Pigmentation / Photofacial Dark Spot Removal / Rosacea Weston
If you have darker patches on your skin, whether from sun exposure, aging, birthmarks, or freckles, Weston HCG Center Med Spa & Wellness has a treatment that can help. Our laser treatments for pigmentation and dark spot removal safely and effectively remove darker pigmented skin painlessly and with little downtime. The result: more evenly toned, beautiful looking skin!
WHAT TO EXPECT
Our laser light treatment targets the darker areas of your skin caused by sun damage and age spots. It’s a safe, easy, and effective treatment that takes only a few minutes for each session. You will have noticeable results after just one session, though it may take several sessions to successfully remove all the pigment, depending on the size and darkness of the area being treated.
After a laser light treatment, most people don’t experience any serious discomfort. The treated area may have some tenderness and you may feel a little flushed, but typically no time off is needed after a laser treatment for pigmentation. In fact, most of our clients return to regular activities immediately with little to no side effects.
COMBINE TREATMENTS FOR INCREDIBLE RESULTS
A combination of treatments may be more suitable to help you achieve your goals. PhotoFacial Rejuvenation can reduce minor imperfections in your face. Combining this treatment with the laser light treatment can produce smoother, tighter, younger-looking skin. Our professionals will analyze your skin, listen to your ultimate goals, and recommend a customized treatment plan to achieve your desired goals, at a price you can afford.
HOW SOON CAN I SEE IMPROVEMENT?
While you can see a noticeable improvement within one treatment, we recommend a minimum of three treatments for maximum results. Each skin rejuvenation treatment can last about 30-45 minutes.
WHAT CONDITIONS DOES IT TREAT?
- Spider veins (broken capillaries around the nose)
- Age spots
- Brown spots
- Sun spots
- Port wine stains
- Blood vessels
- Skin texture
- Seborrheic keratoses