Sun damage Pigmentation Removal
As with all Laser therapy treatments, the frequency and number of laser treatments will depend on your skin type, condition of your lesion, the area affected and the size of that area. Contact us to arrange a free laser consultation to discuss a laser treatment plan that suits your needs.
As a guide, sun damage pigmented lesion removal usually requires 1 – 2 treatments spaced 10 weeks apart. Most clients only require ONE laser treatment
Please note, this laser treatment may require some downtime (around 3 days)
Body or Face
|2 – 5 lesions||$160.00|
|5 – 10 lesions||$240.00|
|Quarter-face sun damage||$340.00|
|Half-face sun damage||$450.00|
|Full-face sun damage||$550.00|
|OPTIONAL: Topical anaesthetic + application (Face pigmentation removal only)||$50.00|
Please book FREE laser consultation to discuss your laser treatment needs
Note: Topical anaesthetic for pigmentation removal is offered on face only and will take 1-1.5 hours to process prior to treatment.
Our experience shows that 8 -12 weekly laser treatments will ensure significant improvement and in some cases complete fading of Melasma/Chloasma. One maintenance laser treatment every 8 weeks is recommended to maintain achieved results with Melasma/Chloasma.
|Full Face per session||$240.00|
|Half Face per session||$140.00|
|Upper Lip per session||$110.00|
Discounted pre-pay packages available
*Prices marked are a guide. Exact prices will be determined within the free consultation due to varying factors.
Preparation For Carbon Laser Treatments
We request that you shave the area being treated 1 day before your Carbon Laser Treatment (excluding the female facial area, knees, and elbows). If you have recently waxed or had laser hair removal on the area, we recommend waiting 1 week prior to having your Carbon Laser Treatment. Full sun exposure is to be avoided 2 weeks before & 2 weeks after your treatment. Fake tan applications are to be avoided 2 weeks before your treatment and must be completely removed prior to attending your appointment.