Pigmented Lesions



What is Pigemented Lesions

Pigmented sores are normal and typically innocuous. Truth be told, practically all grown-ups have at any rate a couple of them on them on their skin. Pigmented sores are typically no reason for concern. In any case, some can form into various types of skin disease. That is the reason it's significant for you and your primary care physician to screen them intently. You may require an assessment by a dermatologist for pigmented injuries that change tone, shape, or size.

Common pigmented lesions include:

  • Age spots

  • Birthmarks

  • Freckles

  • Moles


Causes:

Pigmented Lesionscan be brought about by different conditions that influence the presence of your skin, bringing about territories of staining. Conditions that are probably going to cause Pigmented Lesionsare:

  • vitiligo

  • moles

  • spots

  • sun spots, age spots, and liver spots

  • post-provocative hyperpigmentation, (for example, that which happens after skin break out sores mend)

  • fungus versicolor


Treatment we provide at our spa:

Treatment of pigmented injuries relies upon the guideline of particular photothermolysis; the best possible frequency is applied, and the light energy is consumed by the chromophore and changed over to warm which splits up color. Encompassing tissue stays intact. Much of the time various meetings are needed to expand results.

  • Picosure

  • IPL Photofacial

  • Fractora

  • OxyGeneo

  • Micro-needling

  • PRP Skin Regeration

  • Aquagold Facial

Contingent on the condition, injuries may vanish altogether after 1-2 medicines or require a progression of medicines. It is significant that the patient follow post-usable consideration rules, for example, restricting sun introduction alongside normal use of expansive range sunscreen. We appoint experts to treat you for best result.

Contact Sunshine Cosmetic Clinic and Medi Spa at sunshinemedispa@gmail.com , 519-208-6669 or 226-929-6609 for best treatment for Pigmented Lesions by professionals.

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