what are pigmented lesions?

Pigmented lesions arise from a wide range of natural and environmental sources, including damage from unprotected sun exposure, genetic traits, hormonal imbalance, and the body’s natural aging process.

Pigments can vary in size, shape, and prevalence in a given area. Different types of pigmented lesions include age spots, freckles, solar lentigo (sun damage), hyperpigmentation, and pigmented nevi (moles).


how does yellowbeam work on pigmented lesions?

With the Yellowbeam, our medical aesthetician will carefully apply the laser energy to target and break up unwanted pigment, leaving surrounding tissue unharmed, allowing the body to naturally eliminate pigment particles. The difficulty of this procedure depends on each patient’s individual characteristics, such as skin colour and pigment depth. At GMA, individualize our treatments to ensure safe and effective outcomes. In every case, we maximize the delivery of energy for optimal results while minimizing patient discomfort.

The Yellowbeam can effectively target both the pigment and underlying vessels for long-lasting results. Our technology safely and effectively treats both light and dark skin types, with minimal risk of side effects.

Our laser technicians are highly skilled and trained to treat a wide variety of pigment disorders, including: Melasma, Age spots, Sun damage, Solar lentigines, Café au lait spots, Moles, Birthmarks, Freckles, Skin tags

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