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Many people have hyperpigmentation, which is a widespread medical concern involving dark patches that develop on the surface of the skin. These darkened spots may show up anywhere on the face, neck, or body and often vary in diameter and shape. Skin discoloration might also include acne blotches and freckles from issues such as melasma, eczema, and psoriasis. Our aesthetic team addresses hyperpigmentation concerns routinely at Integrative Rejuvenation using the Harmony XL PRO laser from Alma. Offering skin rejuvenation, these laser hyperpigmentation sessions often reduce the visibility of this condition and help refresh your overall complexion. We encourage you to contact our location in Gilbert, AZ, for additional details!
What causes hyperpigmentation?
Often, a person's body might automatically create more pigmentation than is necessary. Certain environmental and health factors might also increase a person's risk for skin pigmentation, such as some oral or topical medications, skin injury or trauma, and sun exposure.
How long does the treatment for hyperpigmentation take?
The length and number of Harmony XL PRO laser hyperpigmentation sessions at Integrative Rejuvenation will differ among patients and will be based on the severity of each case. Each treatment takes approximately less than an hour, and many women and men can effectively diminish their hyperpigmented spots over the course of 3 – 4 sessions spaced out about four weeks apart. After your skin evaluation, our team will be able to review further details about your cosmetic treatment plan.
What is the cost of laser hyperpigmentation treatment?
The total cost of laser treatment for hyperpigmentation in Gilbert, AZ, will depend on your individual needs, concerns, and how many sessions are needed to attain your aesthetic desired results. Our team will help you understand the number of treatments that will likely be necessary and talk with you about the simple payment methods that we take.
*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.