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Pigmentation Treatment

The Laser Treatment Clinic is the only UK clinic to use the pioneering, award winning Derma White pigmentation treatment. The Derma White Treatment is specifically made to treat all types of pigmentation, melasma, uneven skin tone and pigmented scars new and old. The treatment leaves the skin with a lighter, brighter even skin tone and natural looking results. This process uses an advanced form of deeper skin exfoliation, which in turn leads to skin rejuvenation. This means that new, fresh and visibly healthy skin will appear over the pigmented discolouring – which over a number of treatments will disappear from view.

The most common disorders for which both women and men seek pigmentation treatment are melasma and postinflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH).

Skin pigmentation disorders occur in all of us, though for certain people the effects of this problem are far more severe. It can come in the form of numerous discoloured marks or brown spots, as well as patches of skin whose pigment is markedly different to the rest of your skin. As with many highly visible skin conditions, pigmentation issues can cause issues like low self-esteem and depression for sufferers. The Laser Treatment Clinic specialises in Melasma and Hyperpigmentation treatments for all skin types.

If you have darker skin tone problems ie Asian or Afro-Caribbean skin problems and suffer from Post-inflammatory Hyperpigmentation (PIH) then click this link for more specific information:

To schedule a complimentary, no obligations consultation with one of our friendly, experienced team of skin experts, fill in the contact form below or phone us on 020 7307 8712.

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