Hyperpigmentation Treatment in New Braunfels, TX2022-06-30T10:06:43-05:00

Hyperpigmentation Treatment in New Braunfels, TX

What is Hyperpigmentation Treatment?

Hyperpigmentation is a common aesthetic concern, referring to dark patches on the surface of the skin. These darkened spots may pop up anywhere on the body and often vary in size and shape. Areas of skin discoloration may also be a result of acne scarring and freckles from issues, like eczema, melasma, and psoriasis. Our highly trained staff at Aesthetics of Central Texas treats skin discoloration on a routine basis with Harmony XL PRO laser technology from Alma. Providing skin rejuvenation, these laser-based hyperpigmentation treatments often reduce the presence of this aesthetic issue and help refresh your overall complexion. Please contact our practice in New Braunfels, TX to find out more.

Hyperpigmentation FAQ

What is the cost of laser hyperpigmentation treatment?2022-04-24T18:06:42-05:00

The overall cost of treating hyperpigmentation with lasers in New Braunfels, TX will be determined based on your unique needs, objectives, and the number of sessions needed to achieve your goals. Our experts will help you understand the number of appointments that could be needed and discuss the easy payment choices accepted at our facility.

How long does the treatment for hyperpigmentation take?2022-04-24T18:06:09-05:00

The length and quantity of Harmony XL PRO laser hyperpigmentation sessions at Aesthetics of Central Texas will differ among patients and will depend on the extent of the case. However, each visit lasts about 30 minutes, and many people significantly treat their hyperpigmented skin concerns over 3 – 4 sessions scheduled about four weeks apart. At your skin consultation with Dr. Irwin, our staff members will be able to offer specific details involving your cosmetic treatment plan.

What causes hyperpigmentation?2022-04-24T18:05:42-05:00

In some cases, a person’s body might automatically produce more skin pigmentation than is needed. Several health and environmental factors can also heighten a patient’s risk for hyperpigmentation, like specific medications, skin injury or trauma, and exposure to the sun.

Our Services

Intense Pulse Light

Hair Removal

Exosomes

Skin Tightening

Skin Resurfacing

Hair Restoration

Tattoo Removal

Pigmentation

Stretch Mark

Melasma

Cellulite Reduction

Cliovana

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