Dealing with hyperpigmentation can often be a struggle for people. Regardless of what has caused it, finding a long-term solution to this skin issue often comes in the form of seeking professional help. Not only do professional treatments offer the best results, but they also ensure that you do not end up doing more harm than good, as certain skin lightening products can actually make any existing pigmentation worse if not used correctly.

Treating Hyperpigmentation on Different Skin Tones

While the causes of hyperpigmentation are universal across all skin tones and types, it’s treatment is far from a one-size-fits-all option. Our expert team will advise you on which course of treatment will be most effective for you by carefully analysing your skin type and taking its tone into consideration. This is a crucial step because those with darker Asian or black African skin require more gentle treatment options to minimise the likelihood of causing any further pigmentation. While this usually means a longer treatment course, the end result will be worth it in the long run!

Treating Facial Pigmentation

It’s no surprise that clients most often come to us seeking treatment for facial pigmentation. This is because the face is the most difficult area to try and mask this issue on as it can’t be covered by clothing in the same way as other parts of your body, with make-up as your only cover option. Our team of skin experts has decades of experience in treating facial hyperpigmentation so you can rest assured that you will receive the highest level of care when visiting our clinic.

Our In-Clinic Treatments

Our approach to treating hyperpigmentation is to use a combination of multiple treatment types to deliver the best results. We use our gentle natural Derma White Treatment to encourage skin turnover and gently resurface the top layer of skin to tackle superficial pigmentation combined with the ZAHEDA Ultra Light Derma White serum. This is usually combined with Collagen Induction Therapy (CIT) which workers on the middle layers of the skin. This method of treatment uses microneedles to break up pigment in the skin, lightening hyperpigmented areas both on the face and the body. CIT is particularly useful for those with Asian or black African skin as it can be used to treat PIH and any associated scar tissue too – both of which are far more common in darker skin tones.

Ready to start your own skin journey and be free of hyperpigmentation? Book your free consultation today!