Pigmentation Treatments Perth

Our dedicated team of skin specialists understand the impact pigmentation and sun damage can have on your skin and confidence.

We offer a range of advanced treatments to target and effectively treat various types of pigmentation. Whether you’re dealing with age spots, sun damage, melasma, or other forms of hyper-pigmentation, we have the solutions to help you achieve a brighter, more even-toned complexion. From IPL Skin Rejuvenation, to Skin Peels and Cosmelan, we offer something for every skin. 

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Whether you’re dealing with age spots, freckles, melasma, or other forms of pigmentation, we have the solutions to help you achieve a flawless, even-toned complexion.

  1. Peels for Pigmentation: Our peels for pigmentation are designed to exfoliate and rejuvenate your skin, reducing the appearance of pigmentation and promoting a brighter, more youthful complexion. Using a combination of gentle yet effective ingredients, our peels work to break down excess melanin and stimulate cellular turnover, resulting in a smoother and more even skin tone. With our tailored approach, our skilled estheticians will customize the peel to suit your specific pigmentation concerns and skin type, ensuring optimal results.

  2. Cosmelan: Cosmelan is a highly effective depigmentation treatment that targets stubborn pigmentation concerns, including melasma and post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation. This revolutionary treatment involves the application of a specialized mask that works to inhibit melanin production and gently exfoliate the skin. Over time, Cosmelan significantly reduces the appearance of pigmentation, revealing a brighter, more uniform complexion. Our experienced professionals will guide you through the treatment process, providing personalized care and ensuring your comfort throughout.

  3. IPL Skin Rejuvenation: Our IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) Skin Rejuvenation treatment is a versatile and non-invasive option for pigmentation correction. By delivering gentle pulses of light into the skin, IPL targets and breaks down excessive melanin, gradually reducing the appearance of pigmentation. The treatment is highly customizable, allowing us to adjust the settings to match your specific skin concerns and tones. IPL Skin Rejuvenation not only targets pigmentation, but it also stimulates collagen production, resulting in a smoother, more youthful complexion overall.

At our salons in Perth, we are committed to providing you with the most effective pigmentation treatments available. Our team of experts stays up to date with the latest advancements in the field, ensuring that you receive the highest quality care and achieve the best possible results. Say goodbye to pigmentation woes and embrace a more radiant, even-toned complexion with our transformative treatments. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and start your journey towards beautiful, flawless skin.

kin pigmentation damage can manifest in various forms, and understanding the different types can help identify the most suitable treatment options. Here are some common types of skin pigmentation damage:

  1. Hyperpigmentation: Hyperpigmentation refers to areas of the skin that appear darker than the surrounding skin. It can be caused by an overproduction of melanin, the pigment responsible for skin color. Common forms of hyperpigmentation include age spots, sunspots, and freckles. These dark spots often result from prolonged sun exposure, hormonal changes, or injury to the skin.

  2. Melasma: Melasma is a specific type of hyperpigmentation that typically appears as brown or gray patches on the face, particularly on the cheeks, forehead, upper lip, and chin. It is commonly associated with hormonal fluctuations, such as during pregnancy or due to the use of hormonal contraceptives. Sun exposure can worsen melasma, making it more challenging to treat.

  3. Post-inflammatory Hyperpigmentation (PIH): PIH occurs as a result of inflammation or injury to the skin, such as acne, burns, or trauma. It presents as dark patches or spots that appear after the initial skin condition or injury has healed. PIH is more common in individuals with darker skin tones and can persist for an extended period if not properly addressed.

  4. Sun Damage: Prolonged exposure to the sun’s harmful UV rays can lead to sun damage, which includes pigmentation irregularities such as sunspots, freckles, and uneven skin tone. UV radiation triggers an overproduction of melanin in certain areas, causing localized darkening or discoloration.

Each type of pigmentation damage requires a tailored approach for effective treatment. Consulting with our experienced professionals will help determine the most suitable treatment plan based on your specific pigmentation concerns and skin type.