Do you feel like veins and/or pigmented lesions are starting to take over your appearance? When you look in the mirror, do you see these blemishes staring back at you? If you are in a situation like this and would like to restore your skin to a more even tone, you might want to look into laser pigment correction at our office. Understanding how it can benefit you starts with a little basic knowledge of what caused the lesions to form in the first place. You can learn about all of this during an in-person consultation with our specialist at our office in Princeton.
One of the keys to restoring your skin to a more even tone is finding a way to get rid of the lesions. Laser pigment correction is an effective way to do this. At Eminence Medical Aesthetics, we are proud to offer this treatment using excel V™, which utilizes two ultra-precise, state-of-the-art laser wavelengths in one system. The precision of the treatment is unmatched, which sets it apart from other methods of pigment correction.
You shouldn’t let the thoughts of laser exposure scare you. Lasers have been used in medicine for decades, and the technology and techniques are only getting better and better. The treatments are also extremely versatile and can be used to address different issues ranging from veins to benign pigmented lesions.
These types of treatments usually require little to no downtime for recovery. Of course, our skin care professional can give you more information on the kinds of results you can expect after your treatment. You may find that laser pigment correction is just what you have been looking for to get rid of your unwanted blemishes and improve your overall appearance.
If you are sick and tired of seeing pigmented lesions when you look at yourself in the mirror, consider laser pigment correction at Eminence Medical Aesthetics in Princeton. We proudly offer a wide variety of treatments to clients in the area. Some of the most popular treatments include laser hair removal, BOTOX®, laser tattoo removal, dermal fillers, and CoolSculpting®. However, this only scratches the surface. Contact us today to schedule a consultation to learn more information about laser pigment correction!