Skin discolourations removalGet rid of your skin’s imperfections
Discolourations are brown patches appearing at the faces of adults, mostly in the forehead, cheeks, nose and above the upper lip as well as alongside the jaw. Pigmented nevi are spots in the colors varying from sunburn-like to dark brown, usually scattered symmetrically. Those nevi feature irregular ragged edges. They do not cause harm and are solely a beauty distortion.
Discolourations result from an excessive production of the pigment (melanin), whereas the number of pigment-generating cells (melanocytes) remains at the proper level. Melanocytes are located in the lower layer of the epidermis. They are capable of transforming a colorless substrate of tirosine into a brown pigment - melanin - in the course of the chemical reaction. It is stored in the organelle called melanosomes, conveying the pigment to the cells that surround the epidermis (keratinocytes). Then the pigment along with epidermis cells go up towards its surface, where they are exfoliated in the stratum corneum.
The discolouration intensity depends on the amount of melanin that has been generated. In most cases discolorations occur to females; barely 10% of males suffer from this ailment. The darker the skin the higher probability of the ill.
This section presents the spectacular results which are experienced by patients who have undergone a full series of treatments performed in our beauty parlours. The difference between “before” and “after” can be seen in the following pictures.
Technology / Palomar®
PALOMAR® MaxG™ head allows for reaching fabulous aesthetic results with no risk of complications. Comparing to other methods available on the market, this device reduces considerably the full recovery period. This is an intelligent solution provided for removal of vascular and pigment lesions.
Permanent removal of skin discolourations cannot be applied in some cases. All these cases have been listed below:
- retinoid-based therapies (topically and systematically);
- photoallergic herbs (St. John’s-wort, marigold, horsetail) and photoallergic drugs (antibiotics, steroids);
- skin cancers;
- skin inflammations;
- suntanned skin, application of bronzer or self-tanning creams;
- recent peelings;
- connective tissue diseases, e.g. collagen disease
- reduced immunity;
It is not necessary to prepare the skin in a particular way prior to the treatment. The skin should be clean, without pathological exanthemas. The treatment has to be preceded with the consultation.
Owing to a unique cooling system, discomfort throughout the treatment is inconsiderable and there is no need of anesthesia. The treatment may be followed by a short-term (up to 2 days) slight redness and edema. If intensive, it is not needed to reduce patient’s activities.
Over a few days following the treatment it is forbidden to use soap, spirit, alcohol-based tonics. It is not allowed to apply peelings and other treatments, and to dry the cured spots with a sponge or a towel. In addition, the skin surrounding the areas subject to the treatment should not be irritated.