Benign Pigment Reduction

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Laser Benign Pigment Reduction Pricing

1 Lesion




Full Area


Any package of 3 at full price

10% off

About Laser Benign Pigment Reduction

​Pigmented lesions, also known as brown spots, are benign lesions that are very common and often appear with age. Pigmented lesions are caused by a proliferation of melanocytes or an increased amount of melanin in the skin. Treatment is commonly performed on the face and hands, and helps restore a more youthful appearance and skin texture.

Lasers are a simple, fast, effective, and safe tool for removing a variety of benign pigmented lesions, such as freckles and age spots … working to safely and effectively reduce the appearance of freckles, pigmentation, and post-trauma pigmentation including acne scars and age spots. The laser targets only the pigmented lesion in the skin which absorbs the light, without damaging the surrounding skin.

How does the treatment work?

The light-based system emits intense light energy onto the targeted area skin. The unwanted pigment absorbs the light energy, eliminating excess melanocyte cells and brown spots while the surrounding tissue remains unharmed. The light energy also stimulates collagen production in the skin, improving the skin’s complexion and reducing fine lines and wrinkles.

How many treatments will I need?

Most client only need 2-4 treatments to see a full removal or a lightened lesion. Clients may come in for touch ups as needed.

Is the procedure painful?

The procedure is fast and tolerable and is often compared to having a rubber band snap against the skin. There is very little discomfort.

What results should I expect?

Over the weeks following your treatment, you may experience temporary swelling, redness, or increased flushing. Treatment for brown spots and pigmented lesions will likely result in scabbing. Once the scab area flakes off, the skin underneath will be brighter and less pigmented. Each additional treatment

will eliminate any remaining excess skin pigment. To maintain results, protect your skin from daily sun exposure and maintain proper skincare.