Pigmentation Treatments

Spot Clear Peels:
Spot clear peels are skincare treatments that are designed to improve the appearance of the skin by reducing the visibility of spots, blemishes,and other skin imperfections. They are typically formulated with active ingredients that exfoliate the skin, stimulate cell turnover and reduce inflammation.

Clear Skin Peels:
Chemical peels are one popular method of maintaining clear, smooth skin. They involve the application of a chemical solution to the skin, which causes the top layers of the skin to eventually peel off. This process stimulates the production of new skin cells, resulting in a fresher, more youthful complexion. Peels can help address a variety of skin concerns, including acne, hyper pigmentation, fine lines, wrinkles and uneven skin tone.

Clear Skin Laser:
Laser treatments are popular skincare procedures that are often utilized for their ability to treat a wide range of skin conditions and improve the appearance of the skin. There are different types of lasers used for skin treatments and the type of laser used will depend on the specific concern being addressed. Some of the types include Carbon laser treatment, intense pulsed light, fraxel laser and so on.

A Q-switched Nd YAG (Neodymium-doped Yttrium Aluminum Garnet) treatment refers to a type of laser therapy used in dermatology and aesthetic medicine. The Nd YAG laser is a solid state laser that uses a crystal as the medium for producing a specific wavelength of light. The term "Q-switched" refers to the type of pulse the laser produces. In a Q-switched laser, the power is built up and stored inside the laser, then released in very short, intense pulses. The duration of this pulse typically last for just nanoseconds. This method of producing high intensity, short pulse light is particularly effective for certain dermatological applications. The high energy from the pulse is absorbed by specific targets like tattoo ink or pigmented lesions and the quick pulse ensures that the surrounding tissue is not heated up and damaged. The ND YAG laser treatment can be used for treatment of deeper skin structures as well as superficial treatment areas.
This makes it versatile and effective for a variety of different treatments, including tattoo removal, treating pigmented lesions and skin rejuvenation.
The procedure for Q-switched Nd:YAG treatment involves activity of hand held laser device emitting high energy laser pulses over the target area to remove the dark skin pigment.
Q-Switched Nd:YAG treatment is beneficial as it effectively removes tattoos and hyperpigmentation, reducing dark spots and uneven skin tone. It treats acne scars and rejuvenates skin by stimulating collagen production.
The effects of Q-switched Nd:YAG treatment can typically be seen immediately after the procedure. The full results of the treatment, such as improved skin tone or reduced pigmentation, may take several weeks to become apparent.
Typically, patients can expect a downtime ranging from a few hours to a few days.
The side effects of Q-switched ND-YAG laser treatment may include temporary skin redness, swelling, or bruising in the treated area. In rare cases, there may be skin discoloration or scarring.