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MELASMA

IN CLINIC SOLUTION

An ideal in-clinic treatment designed to manage melasma. Melasma is a common skin issue that appears in both women and men. It causes dark, discolored patches typically on the forehead, cheeks, upper lip or nose. When seen on pregnant women, it is called chloasma or the “mask of pregnancy.” A treatment to manage melasma includes a VISIA skin analysis, customised chemical peel and Picoway laser. Additional in-clinic sessions with the same combined treatments, including first-grade skincare products are recommended in order to reduce visible signs of melasma.

MELASMA IN CLINIC SOLUTION:
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VISIA

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VISIA imaging complexion analysis by Canfield Scientific System captures multi-spectral photos of the face, and provides an in-depth analysis of your surface and subsurface skin conditions. It visually shows key information affecting complexion health and appearance: wrinkles, brown spots, red areas, pores, texture, porphyrins and UV spots. Visia is the initial step for any in-clinic treatment in order to build a customised medical-graded protocol.

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CHEMICAL PEEL
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This is an old time favorite skin regeneration process. A chemical peel destroys layers of the skin that have been damaged, restoring skin to a healthy condition, painlessly and effectively. We hand-pick the most appropriate peel for you depending on your skin type, condition and seasonality (TCA, Mela, AHA & Retinol).

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PICOWAY LASER
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PicoWay laser by Candela is a top-notch FDA-cleared picosecond laser in the USA that treats acne scars, wrinkles, benign pigmented lesions (dark spots) and tattoo removal. PicoWay uses different handpieces and laser wavelengths for treatment of these conditions.

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MELASMA
IN CLINIC SOLUTION
An ideal in-clinic treatment designed to manage melasma. Melasma is a common skin issue that appears in both women and men. It causes dark, discolored patches typically on the forehead, cheeks, upper lip or nose. When seen on pregnant women, it is called chloasma or the “mask of pregnancy.” A treatment to manage melasma includes a VISIA skin analysis, customised chemical peel and Picoway laser. Additional in-clinic sessions with the same combined treatments, including first-grade skincare products are recommended in order to reduce visible signs of melasma.
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