Author: Deepshikha Brar |

Pigmented lesions are caused due to the high concentration of the pigment Melanin in the skin. Melanin is what decides the color of our skin. In fact, the amount of Melanin varies with each person. One of the factors which causes high amount of Melanin in the skin is excessive exposure to the damaging rays of the sun. Much to the relief of those suffering from this condition, pigmented lesions can be effectively treated using laser rays.

We at Advance Laser Clinic have dealt with many such instances of patients who approached us for Treating Pigmented lesions (Hyper pigmentation, Sun damaged skin) (category – Skin Treatment). In fact, in our nine years of experience in this field, we have seen many satisfied customers who have sought our help in Treating Pigmented lesions (Hyper pigmentation, Sun damaged skin) (category – Skin Treatment).

Pigmented lesions can be effectively removed using laser rays and the results are more or less permanent depending on the complexity of the same. However, exposure to sun may again trigger the formation of new lesions. While treating these lesions, the number of sessions depends on the type of lesion. Generally, pigmented lesions caused by sun exposure may require one to three sessions.

  • Post treatment care is also equally important in the treatment of pigmented lesions. This includes avoiding sun for over a month and application of a sunscreen lotion of Sun Protection Factor (SPF) 30. Some sensitive skin types require a one-time application of glucocorticoid cream immediately after the treatment and also an antiseptic cream for a short time.
  • In short, our expert team of laser technicians at Advance Laser Clinic deals each and every case with sincerity and dedication.