Eliminate Dark Spots
For A Brighter Complexion
Dark spots - commonly referred to as "sun spots" or "age spots" - are as welcome as acne for most women. They can appear on your face, back, shoulders, chest, arms, and hands and are often caused by sun exposure, hormone fluctuations (during pregnancy or menopause), and genetics. Fortunately, there are remedies to fade or eliminate the spots if looked after early.
These spots are usually harmless, but if you're unsure what's causing your dark spots, ask your doctor.
The Best Remedy is Prevention
Always use a sunscreen when outdoors, even on cloudy days. We recommend a SPF of at least 30 for optimal facial protection. Reapply often if swimming or sweating.
This non-surgical technique is effective at removing dark spots and fine lines. Microscopic particles are directed at the skin and gently remove the outer surface. Not only do dark spots fade away after several treatments...it's the ultimate in relaxation.
Intense Pulse Light (IPL)
IPL is a highly effective therapy, which releases precision-controlled, high-intensity pulses of filtered light directly to the spots. The number of sessions is dependent upon the size and density of the spot, the pigmentation of the skin, and your age. Generally, one to three sessions are necessary over two weeks.
The pigment in dark spots (melanin) moves deeper into your skin over time, so they're easiest to remove when relatively new. Ask one of our professional estheticians which treatment is best for your skin type.