Laser Melasma Treatment

Laser Melasma Treatment

Numerous people deal with melasma at some point in their lives, which happens when uneven patches of dark skin show up on the face, forearms, and neck. These tan, gray, or brown patches normally develop evenly around the brows, nose, cheeks, chin, or upper lip. Melasma develops more frequently among women with darker skin types and can be triggered by UV exposure or hormonal fluctuations, like those that accompany pregnancy and menopause.

Our lead aesthetician, Jennifer Spann, treats melasma at LifeSpann Primary Care & Esthetics with Harmony XL PRO laser technology from Alma. This innovative option employs gentle laser energy to help reduce the visibility of darkly pigmented areas that are related to melasma. Set up a skin assessment at our Gilbert, AZ practice to discover whether melasma treatment with lasers might help boost your confidence and rejuvenate your complexion.


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