About Skin Pigmentation Brown spots, liver spots, age spots, sun spots, sunburn freckles, lentigos, or senile/solar lentigines are associated with premature aging and exposure to ultraviolet radiation from the sun. These marks range in colour from light brown to red or black and are located in areas most often exposed to the sun, particularly the hands, face, shoulders, arms, decollete and forehead, and the head if bald. Most are harmless, but all are ageing and may be unattractive. Café au lait and other pigmented birthmarks are localised areas of increased pigmentation in the skin, which are present at birth.
The Skin Pigmentation Treatment The Chromolite IPL is the most recently developed treatment available for removing pigmentation marks. The IPL removes the areas of excessive pigmentation leaving the texture and colour of the skin natural and unchanged. Most brown birthmarks will fade with treatment but some reoccur. Brown age spots may fade or disappear with a single treatment.
This treatment will not prevent the development of new separate areas of pigmentation. Regular and careful use of sunscreen is essential if new areas are to be prevented. We recommend daily usage of a SPF30 facial protectant cream.
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Five minutes drive from Solihull and surrounded by the beautiful Warwickshire countryside our Dorridge clinic is located right in the middle of the village close to the shops, hairdressers and restaurants and has parking facilities directly in front of the clinic.
Please note we require 24 hours notice for any cancellations.
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|Fri - Sat||10:00 am||-||6:00 pm|
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