If you have hyperpigmentation – those red and brown marks that mar your complexion – you probably know that creams and serums aren’t enough. After all, hyperpigmentation goes more than skin deep; that’s why it’s important to find a treatment that targets red and brown spots at the source.
Curious? Take a look at our three top treatments to safely fade hyperpigmentation.
3 Treatments to Safely Fade Hyperpigmentation
1. Fraxel Laser Skin Resurfacing.
Fraxel laser skin resurfacing is one of the most powerful treatments for patients with hyperpigmentation. This complexion-boosting procedure combines the power of two lasers to produce your best skin ever. Fraxel gently exfoliates the top layer of the skin while creating microscopic wounds, which helps boost collagen and elastin levels.
The end result is smoother and younger-looking skin that’s free from hyperpigmentation, sun damage, and even acne scars.
2. eMatrix Skin Resurfacing.
If you have medium or darker skin tones, you may already know that some laser skin resurfacing and radiofrequency treatments may not be right for you. That’s why we’re so excited about eMatrix skin resurfacing – a radiofrequency procedure that is safe for all skin types and tones.
eMatrix works by using radiofrequency energy to break down hyperpigmentation while spurring on deep tissue repair. This non-surgical treatment takes about 10 to 20 minutes to perform, leaving patients with clearer and more rejuvenated-looking skin.
Microneedling is a non-surgical treatment that uses tiny needles to quickly puncture the surface of the dermis, leaving behind micro-channels into the skin. These microscopic wounds prompt the body’s natural healing processes, which triggers collagen and elastin production levels.
The best part? Microneedling speeds up cellular turnover – meaning your hyperpigmentation will disappear faster!
I was so impressed by Dr. Pilest and his entire staff. As a medical professional myself, I do through research before picking my doctors. I would not trust anybody else in the business with my skin. Dr. Pilest is a board certified dermatologist with plenty of experience. His staff and himself will thoroughly explain the procedure and answer all your questions. His prices are fair and he uses the best material that is out there.