Unlock the secret to successful pigmentation treatment.

"Targeted Pigment Treatment: Tailored to Pigment Type and Depth"

Imagine finally achieving clear, bright, and even-toned skin that you can feel confident showing off. That's the power of targeted pigment treatment! No more feeling self-conscious or trying to cover up with makeup. You deserve to feel confident in your own skin.

Types of Pigments

Ideal option for epidermal pigments

Lumecca IPL

InMode Lumecca is a state-of-the-art Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) system designed to improve the appearance of various skin concerns, including sun damage, age spots, rosacea, and vascular lesions. It features a unique sapphire tip with built-in cooling technology, which helps ensure that the skin stays cool and comfortable during treatment.

"Say goodbye to skin imperfections with Lumecca IPL treatment!"


▸ Lumecca IPL (Face)
  • Price: $300
  • Duration: 40min
Ideal option for dermal pigments

Spectra Nano-Toning

Nano-Toning 1064nm is a laser treatment that can target pigments in both the epidermis and dermis layers of the skin, which can help improve the appearance of age spots, sun damage, and freckles. This treatment uses a specialized laser technology that emits short, nanosecond pulses of laser energy to break down pigments in the targeted areas, resulting in a more even skin tone.

"Unleash your skin's natural beauty with Spectra Nano-Toning."


▸ Spectra Nano-Toning (Face)
  • Price: $200
  • Duration: 40min
The Ultimate All-IN-ONE Skin Renewal Treatment

Spectra Hollywood Carbon Laser Peel

The Spectra Hollywood Carbon Laser Peel is an advanced 3-step laser treatment that has gained immense popularity for its ability to effectively address a variety of skin concerns.

This comprehensive treatment is designed to promote collagen production, reduce pore size, and improve skin pigmentation, giving you a more youthful and radiant appearance.

"Revitalize your skin and reclaim your confidence like a Hollywood star."


▸ Spectra Hollywood Carbon Laser Peel (Face)
  • Price: $320
  • Duration: 45min
Dual Approach to Pigment Correction and Vascular Lesion Reduction


Alex-Toning is a laser treatment that specifically targets unwanted pigmentation and vascular lesions in the skin. By delivering short pulses of 755nm laser energy, this treatment helps to reduce the appearance of sun spots and vascular lesions, leaving your skin looking clearer and more even-toned.


▸ Alex-Toning (Face)
  • Price: $300
  • Duration: 40min

Pigmentation Treatments:

How do pigmentation laser treatments work?

Pigmentation laser treatments work by using specialized laser technology to target the pigments in the skin, such as age spots and sun damage. The laser energy is absorbed by the pigments, causing them to break down and be eliminated by the body's natural immune processes.

How many treatments are needed to see results?

The number of treatments needed to see results can vary depending on the individual's skin type, severity and type of pigmentation.

It's important to keep in mind that pigmentation laser treatments are not a one-time fix, and it's important to maintain a healthy skin care routine and protect your skin from the sun to prevent future pigmentation issues.

Why some pigmentation requires more sessions of treatments than others?

One reason why some pigmentation may take more laser sessions to treat than others is the depth of the pigmentation. Pigmentation that is deeper in the skin, such as melasma or post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation, can be more challenging to treat than pigmentation that is closer to the surface, such as freckles. The laser energy may need to penetrate deeper into the skin to break up the pigmentation, which can require more sessions.

Another factor that can affect the number of laser sessions required is the individual's skin type. People with darker skin tones may require more laser sessions because their skin contains more melanin, which can absorb some of the laser energy and make it less effective.

Is there any downtime after pigmentation laser treatment?

Most individuals experience little to no downtime after the procedure, and can typically return to normal activities right away.

However, you may notice some temporary redness, swelling, or darkening of the skin in the treated area, which will typically fade within a few days to a couple of weeks.

Is it normal for pigments to get darker after laser treatment?

Yes. The laser interacts with the pigments in the skin, causing them to temporarily darken before fading away. This happens because as the laser breaks down the pigment, it releases it into the surrounding tissue. This can create a temporary "bruise-like" effect, where the skin appears darker or discolored. While this may be a bit alarming at first, it's typically nothing to worry about and will fade on its own within a few days to a couple of weeks.

Is the treatment painful?

Most individuals experience only minimal to mild discomfort during pigmentation laser treatments.

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