Should I consider IPL?
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IPL is an option
Thanks for your question. IPL is definitely a good option for removing dark spots. However, there are other options including Pico and Yag lasers. Medical grade skin care and facials can also help. Keep in mind that your skin type, medications, location of pigment, and various factor may influence the choice of treatment. In our clinic we recommend performing a test patch before proceeding with laser treatment or IPL. Best of luck!
While IPL can work great for the proper candidate, the most important initial step is to choose an experienced and expert board certified physician who can offer multiple options to you. Once you find a physician who understands your goals and objectives, then he or she can help guide you with the treatment program.
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Should I consider IPL
Hello, thanks for your question. It is very hard to answer your question without photos. IPL works well for brown pigmentation, but we avoid to use for dark skin. I recommend you to start using daily sunscreen and sun protection and have consultation with a dermatologist who does laser treatments.
IPL and dark spots
Should I consider IPL?
Thanks for your query. There are various options available. Combination treatments seems to work better like chemical peel and Ndyag laser along with proper home regime works best for dark spots and pigmentation. Hope it helps.Thanks for your query. There are various options available. Combination treatments seems to work better like chemical peel and Ndyag laser along with proper home regime works best for dark spots and pigmentation. Hope it helps.
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Hyperpigmentation/Melasma On Face -- Lasers, Clear + Brilliant/Viva, Microneelding/PRP, Skin lightening, Aerolase
therapy of lasers, skin care, peels, microneedling will give
improvement. You will need to maintain it long term.Please see an
expert. Best, Dr. Emer
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