Skin Pigmentation: Will It Ever Go Away?

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Let’s face it: we all want skin that’s tight, supple, blemish-free, and evenly toned. However, as we age, freckles, blemishes, and dark spots seem to ‘magically’ appear. This leaves many women to pile on concealer in an attempt to hide skin pigmentation. Sound familiar? Trust us, you’re not alone.

What is Skin Pigmentation?

Skin gets its color primarily from melanin, a pigment produced by melanocyte cells in the skin. The darker the skin, the more melanin it contains. Therefore, freckles and beauty marks indicate a higher concentration of the melanin in these areas.
But before you purchase another ineffective skincare set that claims to take away the look of skin pigmentation, there is an alternative solution to reduce redness and sun damage that actually works. Not only is it fast and easy, but it doesn’t require needles or invasive surgery.
Say hello to Broad Brand Light (BBL).
Broad Band Light™ therapy delivers pulsed light onto the skin. It’s the only system that can set skin temperature accurately to keep the treatment area safe and cool during the entire procedure. The filtered light penetrates into the damaged areas of skin pigmentation, where it heats up the colored spots and changes the structure of the pigment. The body no longer recognizes the pigment and pushes it to the surface of the skin.
Following the treatment, dark spots naturally occur and take anywhere from four days to three weeks to disappear. Afterwards you’ll be left with an evenly toned, healthy, and radiant complexion. Use BBL to treat unwanted marks on your hands, neck, decolette, or virtually anywhere else on your body.
Our medical estheticians treat hundreds men and women with skin pigmentations, many of which simply stop by on their lunch break for this fast and easy procedure.The results speak for themselves.  So if you’re wondering if Broad Band Light can eliminate those pesky dark patches, book a free consultation and restore the skin you’ve always had.
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