Depigmentation Treatment

Depigmentation Treatment in Midtown East, New York City (NYC)

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Hyperpigmentation is described as areas of abnormal darkening of the skin. This darkening can be either one spot or large patchy areas, depending on the cause. This condition is a result of inflammation, and can be triggered by: sun exposure, hormone fluctuations, or skin injuries (acne lesions, a cut, or a burn.) Some skin types are more susceptible to hyperpigmentation than others.

Are you troubled by dark spots from the sun, pregnancy, or past blemishes?

Regardless of the reason for your skin discoloration, our customized Depigmentation Treatment addresses the underlying causes of unwanted pigment to even your complexion based on your skin type and ethnicity. Individualized treatment will be chosen specifically for you, which may include: chemical peels, therapeutic masks, customized treatment serum infusion, retinoid enhancements, or other advanced depigmentation solutions that best address the unique needs of your skin.

Daily care is important to your success. Regular use of a simple, customized regimen will provide you with even more dramatic results. Let our licensed professionals recommend a daily routine to achieve your skin care goals.

Benefits:

  • Treats Fitzpatrick skin types I-VI
  • Safe for all ethnicities and skin types, even acneic conditions
  • Treats stubborn hyperpigmentation caused by hormonal conditions, photodamage, post-inflammatory, and medication complications
  • Incredibly safe and easy application
  • Minimal downtime

Fitzpatrick Scale

Skin Type
Skin Color
Reaction to the Sun

Typical Sensitivity to
Chemical Peels

Common Hereditary Background
I
Very White or Freckled
Always burns, but never tans
Very Resilient

  • Nordic
  • Scandinavian (Swedish, Danish)

II
White
Usually burns
Resilient

  • Irish
  • English
  • Welsh

III
White to Olive
Mildly burns, and tans relatively well
Moderately Responsive

  • Asian
  • Mediterranean (Italian, Greek)

IV
Brown
Rarely burns, but tans well
Sensitive

  • Hispanic
  • Middle Eastern
  • African American
  • Native American

V
Dark Brown
Very rarely burns, but tans easily
Moderately Sensitive

  • Hispanic
  • Middle Eastern
  • African American
  • Native American
  • Southeast Asian

VI
Black
Least likely to burn, but tans very darkly
Very Sensitive

  • African American
  • Southeast Asian







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