Melasma and Sun Damage Treatment
Melasma and sun damage can affect people of all ages and all skin types. Sunlight’s UV rays can damage the outermost layer of your skin and speed up the skin’s aging process. Sun damage typically becomes noticeable when the sun’s influence causes the skin to develop wrinkles, pigmentation, age spots, patchy skin, and in extreme cases – skin cancer.
Melasma is another common skin problem that causes dark, discolored patches on your skin. The condition is more common in women than men and is related to sun exposure, hormone therapy, pregnancy, and estrogen and progesterone sensitivities.
SoCal Lazer & Medi-Spa offers various options like a laser, chemical peels, facials, microdermabrasion, and skincare to target melasma and sun damage. During your consultation appointment, your medical provider will carefully listen to your concerns and recommend a treatment that best suits your needs.
OxyGeno 3-in-1 Super Facial
SoCal Lazer & Medi-Spa in Huntington Beach, California, offers OxyGeno 3-in-1 Super Facials. Unlike other facials, this facial procedure takes a three-pronged approach and is specifically designed to exfoliate, infuse and oxygenate the skin.
OxyGeneo™ is suitable for all skin types and facial areas and effectively diminishes the effects of sun damage and melasma by exfoliating the upper skin layer and removing dead cells.
Pico Laser For Pigmentation
The Pico laser works by sending ultra-short pulses of energy to targeted problem areas. The laser’s impact on the skin shatters problematic skin pigment, which is then naturally eliminated by the body.
Chemical Peels or Erbium Peel
Chemical peels improve the appearance of sun-damaged skin by using a chemical solution to remove the outer layer of old skin. The new skin that replaces it is usually smoother and more even-toned.
Erbium laser peel provides deep resurfacing treatment in difficult-to-reach areas around the eyes and mouth. Additionally, Erbium laser peel can precisely target only the sun-damaged areas of the skin, leaving the surrounding healthy skin untouched.
Prescription skincare like Retinol, Hydroquinones, and non-Hydroquinones can help prolong the results of sun damage treatments and help you manage minor sunspots and melasma at home. If you are curious about how prescription skin care can help you, please reach out to us to schedule a consultation.
Melasma and Sun Damage Treatment in Huntington Beach, CA
Treating melasma and sun damage at SoCal Lazer & Medi-Spa is easy, effective, and convenient. With options like facials, microdermabrasion, chemical peels, lasers, and skincare – our office offers the perfect solution for each specific concern. We offer services to patients throughout the Huntington Beach, California area. Contact us to schedule an appointment or to find out how simple treatments can restore and rejuvenate your skin.