Pigmentation is the condition of freckles or dark spots on the skin or uneven skin tone due to aging, hormonal changes or prolonged sun exposure. Our experts at La Belle will help evaluate the extent of pigmentation through visual examination and basis the result, a clinical Pigmentation treatment is advised after efforts to minimize pigmentation with the help of over-the-counter creams and lotions have proved futile. This treatment is quite common now and safe and inexpensive too. Pigmentation treatment focuses on eliminating excess deposits of melanin (the brown pigment that gives skin its natural color). The laser treatment at our salon is the most effective to treat any type of pigmentation. Along with Pigmentation treatment and the latest laser treatment, La belle also offers a deep skin exfoliation which promotes skin healing and re-growth.
Hyperpigmentation is offered at La Belle for customers with large deposits of melanin under the skin. Our experts clearly study the types of hyperpigmentation, namely, Melasma, Lentigines and Post Inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH), and provide the right treatments.
Melasma are dark, tanned or brown patches on the skin usually affecting the nose, forehead and cheeks. Melasma treatment can be complicated based on the severity of the case, but are painless. The best and popular choice of Melasma Treatment at La belle includes a chemical peel or laser treatment.
Freckles are typically tiny dark spots that appear in numbers, noticeably on the nose, cheeks, upper shoulders and arms. La belle offers you varied options for the treatment of freckles, according to the gravity of each case, including bleaching or fading creams, cryosurgery (freezing with liquid nitrogen), intense-light facials or laser treatment.
Along with abnormal levels of melanin in skin, Hypopigmentation is cause and aggravated by burns or infections, any injuries and even illness. La belle provides you with the safest Hypopigmentation treatment which includes topical corticosteroids, light or laser treatment, or surgical skin grafting.