12 Jul Pigmentation condition
What is pigmentation?
Pigmentation is the abnormal colouring of the skin, whether it be from age spots, melasma, sun spots (UV damage) or dark spots.
Older women and pregnant women can suffer from dark spots called ‘melasma’, whereas sun spots can occur in anyone subjected to sunlight. The body produces more pigment when the skin is exposed to sun rays which can have an effect even earlier on in life.
How do we treat pigmentation?
We at La Pelle Skin Clinic use a skin peel best known as the Power Peel, the ultimate in anti-ageing and rejuvenation offering a combination of 6 powerful fruit acids including Peach, Rasberry and Apple, which have a lightening effect superior to hydroquinone (a chemical used for lightening pigmentation) with 100% safety. These help eliminate pigmentation, increase healthy cell growth and reduce wrinkle depth. The addition of healing plants, renowned for essential anti-inflammatory and antioxidant action with the simultaneous use of flavonoids and tyrosinase (an oxidase that is the rate-limiting enzyme for controlling the production of melanin) inhibitors results in a unique peeling system for clarifying, restructuring and rejuvenation of the skin. Formulated at 30% and 50% it provides the most restorative properties.
As excessive of melanin is the source of Melasma, the Power Peel has proven to be the most successful treatment of it, balancing melanin production and nourishing and accelerating cell renewal.
Here at the La Pelle Clinic in London we have years of experience in treating unwanted skin conditions and pigmentation. Book a free consultation today and see how we can find the best treatment for you!