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Freckled Skin


Sun damage/Hyperpigmentation

Sun damage, often manifested as hyperpigmentation, is a common skin concern resulting from prolonged exposure to harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays. Over time, the sun's rays can trigger an overproduction of melanin, the pigment responsible for skin color, leading to dark spots, freckles, and uneven skin tone. Hyperpigmentation not only ages the skin but is also linked to an increased risk of skin cancers. Sunscreen and protective measures are essential to prevent further damage, but addressing existing hyperpigmentation often involves targeted skincare solutions.

Suggested treatments


Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) treatments effectively target sun damage and hyperpigmentation, using broad-spectrum light to break down unwanted pigments and promote a more even skin tone.

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Chemical Peel

Chemical peels are a effective skincare treatment for addressing sun damage and hyperpigmentation, as they involve the application of a chemical solution to the skin, which exfoliates damaged cells and promotes the regeneration of a more even-toned complexion.


OxyGeneo Illuminate

OxyGeneo, with its innovative 3-in1 facial treatment, harnesses the power of oxygenation, exfoliation, and nutrient infusion to effectively target sun damage and hyperpigmentation, leaving the skin revitalized and promoting a more even and radiant complexion.

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