Color, Pigment, and Brown Spot Correction
What are common Brown Spots?
Dark spots are usually caused by sun damage from UVA rays, which result in the body’s production of excess melanin. Much of this damage occurs before the age of 18, but the spots do not appear until later in life. Lasers work by transmitting high energy light through the top layers of skin to target the excess melanin. The spots absorb the light, and the melanin pigment breaks up into fragments that are discarded by your body’s immune system.
Robert Andrews Medical provides state-of-the-art brown spot treatments for the reduction or removal of:
- Brown spots
- Age spots
- Sun spots
- Liver spots
GETTING BROWN SPOT TREATMENT
Brown Spot Treatment can be performed on the face, hands, chest, and other parts of the body. The amount of time required for your appointment will depend on the number of spots you wish to lighten. You may require more than one treatment 4-6 weeks apart to achieve your desired outcome.
Dark Spot Removal Results & Recovery
The results are usually permanent, but new brown spots may form and require subsequent treatments. Your best defense is protecting your skin from the sun. While laser treatment for brown spots requires minimum downtime, you may experience some redness and welts for a few days. Some people also notice slight flaking or crusting of the skin in the treatment areas, and your dark spots may become a bit darker before they lighten.