Spots are characterized by increased production of melanin, which is the natural pigment responsible for skin color. They usually arise from excessive exposure to the sun.
Hormonal or autoimmune changes are also responsible for triggering the undesirable appearance of spots.
Need for rest time
Between 3 to 5 days is the time required for the peeling of the stain.
Depending on the extent of the stain, it takes 10 to 30 minutes.
Specific protocol known as peeling is used to remove blemishes. It is a simple, non-invasive and well tolerable procedure. Complementary treatments with specific cosmetic agents may be part of the treatment plan.
Elimination of stains. Better skin texture. Rejuvenation of the face. Renewal of collagen and elastin.
Application of anesthetic cream 30 minutes before.
Application of cold water and / or cold compresses Healing ointment that stimulates cell renewal Use sunscreen, preferably with SPF 50.
Gradual flaking of stains.
Pregnant or breastfeeding women. Patients who have had some form of herpes will have to undergo preventive treatment beforehand. Epilepsy. Blood diseases (leukemia, anemia). Patients with photosensitive drug therapies.
Number of treatments
On average, 2 sessions may be necessary to eliminate stains completely.
Maintenance consultations are usually not necessary, except when the stains persist because they originate from hormonal uncontrolled.