Darkened, uneven pigmentation, known as melasma, may have a negative impact on your self-esteem. Many people struggle to cover and blend away hyperpigmentation, but real, long term solutions for melasma are rare.
Medrein Health & Aesthetics is pleased to offer the newest treatment for melasma, sun damage, and age spots. We’re proud to be among the elite cosmetic clinics with Fotona’s StarWalker® Laser System.
This next-level laser is quickly becoming the top choice for melasma treatment in Southlake, Texas. Men and women see even-toned, glowing results without worrying about skin damage or downtime. Fotona’s StarWalker® is recognized as the pinnacle in high-level laser systems.
Whether your pigment is caused by scarring, sun damage, or hereditary reasons, we’d love to see you for a skin assessment and help you reveal a brighter image. We invite you to contact Medrein Health & Aesthetics for a consultation and get ready to love your radiant, healthy complexion.
Topical creams for treating melasma are formulated to lighten hyperpigmentation but aren’t always safe or effective for all skin types.
As well, light energy from traditional ablative, fractionated lasers could expand to unintended surface pigments. For this reason, laser skin treatment has been avoided on darker skin due to the risk of post-inflammatory hypo- and hyperpigmentation.
But now there’s good news for patients with melasma!
Today you can count on safety, precision, and problem-free pigment removal without the fear of further surface damage. After each session, patients note a significant reduction in pigmentation spots and a more balanced skin tone. Imagine clearing up your blotchy facial pigment without a lengthy or uncomfortable recovery.
StarWalker does what other lasers cannot. Discover why patients are choosing Medrein Health & Aesthetics for their melasma treatment in Southlake, Texas.
Do you struggle to hide brown spots on your face? Also called chloasma, melasma is a form of hyperpigmentation that is common in women and people with darker skin tones. It may be triggered by sun exposure or hormonal changes. “The mask of pregnancy,” describes melasma that shows up for pregnant women. Darkened brown patches spread across the face and tend to become more pronounced with time.
Melanin is designed to absorb sunlight and help protect your skin from UV rays. Through the years, aging skin loses its ability to fight the effects of the sun.
Age spots, also called “liver” or brown spots, show up as small deposits. Melasma, however, can cover large areas. It can also affect people who’ve had minimal sun exposure, simply due to genetics and hormones.
Are there cures for melasma? Skin-bleaching and dark spot-lightening creams have been widespread, yet they can produce unimpressive results, and some contain unsafe ingredients. Likewise, the safety profile of lasers for dark skin has kept it off-limits, but that’s changed now.
StarWalker has changed the face of melasma treatment for people with all skin tones, and the results are better than ever.
Get the facial of your dreams, and treat your face to an experience like no other. Medrein Health & Aesthetics has helped countless clients experience revitalizing facials; it's time to try yours today. Call us now to book your appointment.