Tired of Your Stubborn Uneven Skin Pigmentation?
Is that uneven skin tone and pigmentation on your face simply not going away? If so, you are among the thousands of women who are discovering that stubborn hormone pigmentation called Melasma. Most people have tried numerous treatments already, but without much results.
In fact, you may already tried many ways. You may have used skin products, only to find them to work so slowly. Perhaps you have tried peels, but only to find them irritating and reddening. Or perhaps, you have even used IPL or traditional laser, only to see their limited results and the afterwards scabbing. In fact, some of you may have even went to the extreme by getting resurfacing or fractionated laser, only to see melasma getting worse.
So, why is melasma so resistant? The reasons may be that this cloud-like uneven pigmentation on your face most commonly comes internally, from your hormonal imbalances, pregnancies, birth control pills, and menopause. Unfortunately, melasma is indeed not curable. But the good news is that melasma can improve much with the most advanced state-of-the art solutions.
What is the best way to treat melasma then? The answer is lies in combining treatments rather than relying on any single method. Often combining both internal and external modalities work the best. As such, internal supplementation with oral sunblock, oral and injectable antioxidants, can significantly reduce the tanning and reddening effects of the sun. External treatments can further enhance the results. However, all external modalities must be gentle enough not to generate excessive heat or redness, which can often worsens pigmentation.
One such state-of-the art technology to treat melasma is the QuadLaser, a technique developed by Dr. George Sun at the Advanced Center. This revolutionary technique actually combines four lasers to treat all layers of the pigmentation. QuadLaser combines four lasers of both photoacoustic and photothermal energies to break up the deep and superficial melasma pigmentation. Much like a high pitch sound shattering a piece of glass, the extremely rapid photoacoustic energy of the first two lasers quickly fragments the pigment particles; meanwhile, similar to low temperature ovens baking your bread, the very low heat photothermal energy of the second two lasers slowly diffuse the pigment particles.
The QuadLaser technique treats all layers of pigmentation. As such, QuadLaser break up the uneven pigmentation, all without excessive redness or heat. QuadLaser works much faster than skin products, produces no reddening effects of peels, targets pigmentation more thoroughly than traditional laser or IPL, and importantly does not have the downtime of resurfacing or fractionated lasers. Furthermore, QuadLaser also can improve radiance, texture, pore size, broken capillaries, and even fine lines. In fact, in conjunction with adequate sun protection, QuadLaser can even be used conveniently during the summer time since it produces so little heat.
So let the light shines in and start enjoying more radiant, clearer, and brighter looking skin! You shine, girl!