Most of our patients who complain of Pigmentation are usually referring to brown patches or speckles on the skin’s surface, which may be a result of sun damage and can result in uneven tone and clarity. However, pigmentation can also be vascular – in other words, it is caused by the blood vessels – and can be red or pink in colour. Pinpointing the origin of pigmentation is therefore crucial in understanding how best to treat it, and we often combine modalities – from energy-based devices to topical solutions – to restore clarity and radiance to the skin once more.
Finding the right treatment for you
There are various ways to tackle pigmentation, and we always advocate a tailor-made treatment plan to address your unique concerns. State-of-the-art Laser is an effective way to reduce the appearance of pigment, while BBL (Broad Band Light) is helpful in creating a more homogenous skin tone, as it targets the pigment caused by both melanin and blood vessels. As hyperpigmentation often occurs in conjunction with vascular changes, BBL is therefore often our first line of defence when it comes to treating sun-damaged skin.
Pigmentation Treatments performed by
Dr Nina Singh
Dr Nina Singh is a skilled aesthetic doctor who joined the practice in 2023, after undergoing a year of immersive training in the McKeown Method. She is passionate about good skin at any age and combining techniques to achieve the most natural and effective results for our patients. She also has a specialist interest in treating skin of colour.
Dr Rhona Cameron
Dr Rhona Cameron is a skilled injector who has been extensively trained in Dr McKeown’s signature intuitive technique. Her treatments blend advanced facial optimisation with powerful, energy-based devices – such as lasers, BBL and radio frequency – energising the appearance and enhancing skin health.
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