It’s a completely natural process for your skin to develop uneven pigmentation at some point during your life. This includes dark patches, age spots, and sun-damaged skin.
The skin itself is not one single colour and is constantly influenced by blood flow, melanin deposits, the sun, and other external factors. It can also change depending on mood, stress, health, and diet.
It’s not necessarily a sign of an underlying health issue if you have skin pigmentation variations. Sometimes, it is just the way that the skin grows, develops, and heals itself.
These pigmentations do not cause harm or discomfort and are merely a cosmetic feature that makes us unique and beautiful human beings.
There is no need to alter your skin’s natural pigmentation, including age spots and dark patches. However, if you’re feeling intense emotional discomfort about these, you could consider pigmentation facial treatments.
These treatments involve using laser light energy to target melanin in the skin. This is an amino acid responsible for your skin’s natural pigmentation and shade. AFT laser treatment for pigmentation uses energy to heat concentrated areas of pigment, fragmenting the melanin here and breaking it up.
AFT stands for Advanced Fluorescence Technology and uses pulses of light to stimulate collagen production and pigmentation absorption.
When you get an AFT laser pigmentation treatment from Ivory Aesthetics Clinic, you will undergo papaya and pineapple-infused exfoliation to remove dead skin cells and promote blood flow. You will also receive manual light extractions designed to target blackheads and whiteheads. After the laser treatment, we apply a tailored advanced peel depending on the skin type, further exfoliating and clearing the upper layer of the skin for glowing, fresh results.
This is the quickest way to fade pigmentation should you decide that, even after working on accepting your skin’s natural, authentic pigmentation, you would like to undergo this treatment. For more information, get in touch with Ivory Aesthetics Clinic.