“It’s important to realise that all pigmentation marks are different, some are small and dark while others are large and light: And I’m thrilled to have achieved excellent results treating a range of pigmentation types using an innovative light treatment called AcuTip” Sarah Hudson
What are Sun Spots?
Sun exposure stimulates the pigment produced by skin cells. As this damage takes years to accumulate, sun spots subsequently become more visible with age.
How are Sun Spots treated?
Treatment using AcuTip safely and effectively heats pigment in the cells, shattering and dispersing the pigment which then removes itself from the skin (via exfoliation) within 7-14 days. With its extremely small tip, lesions are targeted without compromising the safety of the skin including use near the eye and brow area.
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What can I expect?
Suitable for men and women, AcuTip effectively treats sun spot affected skin only so there is minimal downtime with effective fading after one or two treatments – leaving a clearer younger looking complexion.
While every skin is different, two or three treatments are recommended with importance placed on sun protection as after-care to ensure enhanced long-term outcomes. With no significant side effects, any darkening of the area immediately following treatment can be covered with concealer/makeup.
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