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Hyperpigmentation is the result of sun exposure, endocrine (hormonal) factors and changes, usage of prescription drugs and would healing when the skin has been damaged. No matter how it is triggered, hyperpigmentation shows on the skin in the form of brown spots (also referred to as age spots) and can cause an uneven, mottled skin tone.
Uneven skin tone contributes to the appearance of skin aging as much as a wrinkle. This fact has caused skin brightening to be as much at the forefront of skin health research as overall skin aging. Sunscreen, hats and sun protective clothing can slow down the rate at which hyperpigmentation occurs and also reduce the chance of developing skin cancer.
We offer a number of treatment and skin care solutions to eliminate and/or prevent hyperpigmentation. At your complementary consultation our skin care professionals will develop a treatment plan that fits your goals whether you want to prevent age spots or to eliminate already existing spots. Some options that your skin care professional might recommend are Chemical peels, IPL Photo-rejuvenation, Microdermabrasion, Silk Peel Dermalinfusion®, Colorescience Environmental protection cosmetics and sunscreens or Suki and Zo Skin Health products.