Laser Pigmentation Removal
During the procedure, the laser produces a beam of high-energy light, which is then converted into therapeutic heat energy that penetrates deep into the skin.
This treatment targets dark spots on the skin because the laser is absorbed only by cells containing the excess melanin that causes discolouration.
Following treatment, the pigmented area typically darkens as melanin particles are broken down by the body and fade.
Laser pigmentation removal is a quick, gentle and non-invasive treatment.
The light pulses produced by the laser can feel similar to the flicking of a rubber elastic band and for most people is not too uncomfortable.
Laser pigmentation removal is commonly performed on the face, chest and back.