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Laser Hyperpigmentation Treatment

Say goodbye to uneven skin discoloration!

What is the laser hyperpigmentation treatment?

At Align Treatment Clinic, we offer laser hyperpigmentation treatment as a safe and effective way to reduce the appearance of hyperpigmentation, which is the overproduction of pigment in the skin. Our advanced laser technology is designed to target and break down the excess pigment in the skin, leaving it looking more evenly toned and smooth. 

Our experienced team of professionals is dedicated to providing the highest quality care and ensuring that our patients are comfortable and satisfied with their results. If you are interested in learning more about our laser hyperpigmentation treatment, please contact us to schedule a consultation.

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Schedule your consultation

Contact our clinic to know more about the procedure and how we can help you.

Things to do before and after procedure

Before treatment

Some general things to consider before undergoing laser hyperpigmentation treatment include:

  1. Avoid exposing the treatment area to sunlight for several weeks before the procedure. Sun exposure can make the skin more sensitive and increase the risk of complications.

  2. Avoid waxing, plucking, or using hair removal creams on the treatment area. These methods can irritate the skin and increase the risk of side effects.

  3. Avoid using any creams, lotions, or other products on the treatment area that can interfere with the laser. This can include retinol products and certain types of makeup.

After treatment

After the laser hyperpigmentation treatment, there are also some steps that you can take to help ensure the best possible results. These can include:

  1. Avoid exposing the treated area to sunlight for several weeks after the procedure. This can help to prevent complications and promote healing.

  2. Avoid activities that can cause excessive sweating or overheating of the treated area. This can include hot showers, saunas, and strenuous exercise.

  3. Avoid wearing tight clothing or clothing that rubs against the treated area. This can irritate the skin and delay healing.

  4. Use any medications or ointments as directed by your healthcare provider. This can include pain relievers and topical creams to help reduce swelling and discomfort.

By following these steps and any other instructions provided by your healthcare provider, you can help to ensure that your laser hyperpigmentation treatment is safe and effective, and that you achieve the best possible results.

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