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Laser Melasma Treatment

Aesthetics & Medicals

Melasma is a specific type of hyperpigmentation caused by hormones, often presenting on the cheeks, forehead, and upper lip. Melasma can be stubborn to treat, but with the right approach with our SKIN team, the condition can be taken care of and quality of life improved. Our Laser Melasma Treatment targets and breaks down the existing pigmentation for a clearer looking complexion.

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Melasma is a complex type of hyperpigmentation to treat. It requires special care and knowledge of lasers and products to inhibit pigment production in the skin. Melasma can be stimulated by heat, therefore precise laser modalities and settings are chosen by your technician, curating the procedure for you and your skin. It is important that throughout your consultation, you have a clear understanding that melasma may only be improved temporarily.

With the combination of medical-grade skincare and laser treatments, we can help suppress the melasma leaving you with glowing results.

Benefits of Laser Melasma Treatment

+ Reduction in the pigmentation
+ smoother looking complexation
+ regain confidence


+ Melasma
+ Pigmentation


Although both may appear as darkening in the skin, melasma is different from other forms of hyperpigmentation simply by what causes it; rather than just being sun-related, melasma is caused by hormonal changes within the body.

No. Melasma is a hormonal condition that can reoccur. We can improve the overall appearance and reduce the reoccurrence with regular laser treatments and medical-grade skin care.

Consistent use of medical-grade skincare focused on targeting stubborn pigmentation and preventing future pigmentation. Following your pre and post-care instructions diligently. Most importantly, wearing/reapplying SPF daily will help protect your results.

Melasma laser treatment is typically suitable for individuals with melasma who have not responded to other treatments or who prefer a more targeted approach. However, it is important to consult with a dermatologist or skincare professional to determine if you are a suitable candidate for this procedure, as individual factors can influence treatment options.

Melasma can potentially return after laser treatment, especially if underlying triggers such as hormonal changes or sun exposure persist. To minimize the chances of melasma recurrence, it’s important to follow a comprehensive skincare routine, wear broad-spectrum sunscreen, and take preventive measures recommended by your dermatologist.

Melasma laser treatment can cause some discomfort, but it is generally well-tolerated. The sensation is often described as a series of tiny rubber band snaps on the skin. Topical anesthetic creams can be applied before the procedure to minimize any potential discomfort.