Skin care clinic Brisbane
Skin pigmentation can be classed as sun damage, hormonal or mixed. The best creams are individualised prescriptions known as compounded creams. These creams contain a mixture of Vitamin A, C, and a bleaching agent. The concentration of each ingredient will vary depending on the type of pigmentation and also your skin sensitivities.
I use a combination of lasers and creams to achieve the best results. My favourite combination is either Fraxel or Picofacial with vitamin A and C. For hormonal pigmentation, the use of anti-oxidants and Q Switch Pico or Nano lasers can give good results. Sunscreen plays an important role in reducing skin pigmentation, and my favourite cream is LRP 50+. Creams are best infused into the skin using the Clear+Brilliant laser. This laser creates tiny channels to allow active vitamins to penetrate into the deeper layers of the skin.