Skin pigmentation problems are different for everyone. Some are very superficial while others are deep and require a different approach. Treatment for spots or pigmentation can range from topical to more aggressive oil control, lasers, and or peels. If you are currently in treatment and your condition is getting worse, we understand how to reverse control pigmentation.
Your Treatment Options for Brown Spots/Melasma/Sun Damage
Topical Options – With prescribed medication products, you can significantly reduce the appearance of hyperpigmentation, brown spots, and sun damage. Products such as Melamin-C, Retin-A, and Brightenex help treat severe hyperpigmentation, and texture damage and improve the overall quality of the skin.
Individual results may vary.
ZO Medical – Medical skincare that dramatically improves skin and returns it back to its healthy natural state. ZO products treat hyperpigmentation, melasma, brown spots, and other skin conditions. Medical skin products help prevent future damage and protect the skin.
PhotoFacial– Light energy is delivered through the surface of your skin to improve skin pigmentation and reduce the appearance of sun damage and sun spots. After only one treatment, you will notice your skin having a more even tone and a smoother feel.
Microneedling – Helps reduce hyperpigmentation by peeling the top layer of the skin to produce normal melanocytes. This procedure is very helpful to patients that are very sensitive to pigmentation-induced heat lasers. Shedding the top layer of your skin minimizes the appearance of brown spots and sun damage. Microneedling has the advantage of treatment without laser, which for some people can cause pigmentation to get worse.
Chemical Peels – Chemical peels such as the 3-step peel and Obagi blue peel help treat hyperpigmentation and discoloration by removing the damaged surface layers of your skin. With minimal downtime, peels are quick and easy but highly effective in getting your skin back to a healthy vibrance.
We are experts at treatment for pigmentation problems. We spend a great deal of time with you to treat and maintain even skin tone.
Please call us at 480-596-9111, or email us a request for an appointment.
How Much Does Hyperpigmentation Cost in Scottsdale?
The cost of Hyperpigmentation will depend on several factors. The number of sessions will influence the final price, as will the severity of the cosmetic issues being addressed. Find out more by scheduling a consultation.
Schedule a Consultation
Schedule your consultation for Hyperpigmentation in Scottsdale– contact Sensational Skin and set up your appointment. During your appointment, you will be able to ask questions and bring up any concerns you may have about the procedure. Contact us today to get the look you’ve always wanted!