Dealing with hyperpigmentation can be frustrating. This skin condition, which is characterized by dark patches or spots, can result from various factors like sun exposure, hormonal changes, or skin injuries. Hyperpigmentation can be challenging to conceal with makeup and often requires consistent skincare efforts to fade.
Thankfully, the skincare experts at TKI can help you achieve a more even and radiant complexion without surgery or other invasive methods.
How can TKI help me treat hyperpigmentation?
At TKI, we provide the most advanced aesthetics technology:
- Enlighten® PICO Genesis™
XEO® laser treatments provide a customized solution to address your individual concerns, no matter your skin type. Unlike other laser treatments, XEO® offers customizable wavelengths and spot sizes, guaranteeing safe and predictable results, whether you’re addressing numerous tiny freckles or a few large age spots. This IPL device has earned global acclaim for delivering gentle, rejuvenating treatments that leave the skin noticeably softer, smoother, and healthier than ever before.
Enlighten® PICO Genesis™
The Enlighten PICO Genesis™ laser has transformed the aesthetics industry with its innovative approach to treating melasma, sun spots, pigmentation issues, uneven skin tone, and enhancing collagen production for improved texture. Traditional lasers posed risks due to the small and dense nature of pigment particles, making them less suitable for conditions like melasma and pigmentation. Enlighten® PICO Genesis™ takes a different approach, utilizing laser light to effectively break down pigment without harming the surrounding tissue. With just a series of 2-3 treatments, you can achieve a brighter, more evenly toned complexion, making it a remarkable advancement in skincare technology.
What causes hyperpigmentation?
Hyperpigmentation is typically caused by an overproduction of melanin, the pigment responsible for skin, hair, and eye color. Several factors can trigger this excess melanin production, leading to dark patches or spots on the skin. Common causes include exposure to ultraviolet (UV) sunlight, which stimulates melanin production and can result in sun spots or melasma. Hormonal changes, such as those occurring during pregnancy or while taking certain contraceptives, can also contribute to hyperpigmentation. Skin injuries, like acne scars or inflammation, and genetic predisposition can further play a role in its development. Understanding the underlying cause is crucial for selecting the most effective treatment to address hyperpigmentation.
Schedule treatments for hyperpigmentation in Marlboro or East Brunswick
Get rid of hyperpigmentation for good and get the skin you deserve here at TKI. Our team is dedicated to giving you the best skincare treatments available. Get in touch by requesting an appointment online or giving us a call at 8-555-DRKAGA.