5 Treatments to Combat Hyperpigmentation

Do you struggle with hyperpigmentation, sun damage, or age spots that just won’t go away? If you’re tired of constantly trying to conceal those dark spots, we’ve created the perfect list of different treatments for you to combat hyperpigmentation!

Photofacial (IPL)

If you’re suffering from any dark spots or sun damage, the photofacial laser may be the right treatment for you. The IPL works by delivering a precise amount of light energy to the skin. The sun damaged tissue absorbs the light energy and produces new collagen which in turn, improves the skin.


The Fraxel laser is a resurfacing laser that not only treats age spots, hyperpigmentation, and sun damage, but it also helps with fine lines and wrinkles as well! This treatment improves skin tone, texture, and overall radiance for damaged skin by stimulating new collagen production. For optimal results, we recommend a series of Fraxel treatments.


The Spectra laser is a great option to treat Melasma symptoms. This laser works by targeting the melanin that causes Melasma. Please note that this laser does not cure the Melasma. It only treats the brown discoloration temporarily, and the Melasma can come back depending on your hormones. We recommend pairing this treatment with Glutathione and Vitamin C injections for optimal results.

Chemical Peels

Chemical peels are cosmetic treatments that use a chemical solution to exfoliate and enhance your skin by removing dead skin cells and stimulating new cell growth.

One of the best chemical peels to combat pigmentation, age spots, and discoloration is the VI Precision Plus Peel. It’s safe for all skin types and is specially formulated to reduce hyperpigmentation.

We also offer a variety of different chemical peels to fit your individual aesthetic goals. One of our providers can help determine the best treatment plan for you. Please note that you may experience quite a bit of peeling on days 3-5 post treatment, so make sure to keep that in mind for any upcoming events.

Medical grade products

Now that you’ve learned about the different types of lasers that can treat hyperpigmentation, don’t forget to combine your treatments with some medical grade skin care products for the best results. Hydroquinone is a topical skincare product that is used to lighten hyperpigmented skin. Vitamin C serum is an antioxidant serum that stimulates new collagen production, protects your skin from free radicals, and helps brighten your complexion. Retinol gets rid of dead skin cells, exfoliates the skin, and promotes new collagen production which helps even skin tone and treat pigmentation. We offer Vitamin C, Retinol, Hydroquinone, and so many other brightening skincare products to help combat your hyperpigmentation. One of our skincare specialists can help curate the perfect skincare regimen for you.


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