Say goodbye to pigmentation….

Say goodbye to pigmentation….

Say goodbye to your pigmentation forever…

To treat pigmentation, you need to know what caused it and not all pigmentation is created equally!

The sun’s UV rays stimulate the cells (melanocytes) in the skin so that they create more colour. Often, this will result in freckles or brown spots. Photo-ageing pigmentation is treatable and preventable.

Melasma is the result of elevated change in hormones. Hormone related pigmentation may be a combination of superficial and deeper pigmentation. It can be treated to reduce its appearance and maintained to decrease future reappearance.

Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation
This occurs following an inflammatory skin condition, such as acne or scarring, where the skin has taken on a darker colour. The good news is that in most cases this type of pigmentation can be reversed.

So how to treat your skin?A consultation with an Advanced Skin Therapist will access your type and cause. Visia skin consultations use technology to analyse and measure spots, wrinkles, texture, pores, UV spots, brown spots, red areas, and porphyrins.

A personalised treatment plan is created to give you the fastest and most cost-effective results. What you do daily is vital for your outcome. Active ingredients are your best friend when it come to treating pigmentation. Vitamin A (Retinol) increases cell turnover, remodel scarring while correcting your skin cells DNA to get them producing healthier stronger cell.Vitamin B (Nicotinamide) has protective effects against ultraviolet damage caused by sun exposure, assisting in the reduction of uneven pigmentation by slowing down the transfer of melanin to your skin’s epidermis. Vitamin C inhibits the enzyme tyrosinase, which helps to prevent melanin productionalong with brightening the skin. Using your homecare products consistently is not only essential to give the results but to strengthen and prepare the skin for professional treatments.

There is a wide range of technology available form peels to lasers to be able to break down and treat the pigment in the skin:

Dermamelan is a depigmentation treatment that is used to treat melasma, chloasma, lentigo and post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation. Dermamelan Depigmentation is a nonsurgical cosmetic treatment to reduce the skin blemishes and provide the skin with a rejuvenated and brighter look.

Skin Rejuvenation utilises the latest medical technology to eliminate sun spots, skin pigmentation and imperfections. Up to 4 treatments may be required for optimal results and maintenance programs for continued glowing, even skin.

Remembering that pigment is formed in the skin over time, and time and patience is essential in the process of reducing it.

Preventing further pigmentation.

You don’t want it to come back? AVOID SUN EXPOSURE! Once the melanin has been stimulated it will always want to return. Wearing an SPF daily is an absolute must. It can’t be emphasised enough that prevention is the key.

Start your skin transformation TODAY!





By |2019-09-23T15:17:08+10:00September 23rd, 2019|Medical, Salon|0 Comments