Recovery Time

3-5 days

Avg Session Time

30 minutes

Rounds of Treatment


Results Seen

2 weeks +

Laser away Browns and Reds

Eminence Medical Aesthetics offers Laser Pigment Correction in Princeton, NJ. Pigment correction treatments offer improvement for a variety of conditions like sun damage, age/brown spots, melasma, redness/rosacea, facial veins, port wine stains, freckles and more.  A number of lasers and devices, as well as medical grade chemical peels can be used to treat pigment conditions.  The appropriate laser modality or combination of multiple modalities are custom selected to treat your specific needs on both face and body.  Generally a series of treatments (along with lightening/brightening skin care products) is recommended to achieve optimal results.  You will observe improvement after each session with minimal downtime.

Contact Eminence Medical Aesthetics  to learn if Laser Pigment Correction is right for you.

*Disclaimer: Individual results may vary.

How Is hyperpigmentation Treated?

Our qualified team of medical professionals will work with you closely to design a personalized and comprehensive pigment correction treatment plan for the face and/or body. The appropriate modality or combination of modalities will be selected based on your specific needs. Typically, we recommend a series of treatments combined with at-home product use to achieve optimal pigment correction results. You will observe improvement after each session with minimal downtime.

What are the benefits of Laser Pigment Correction?

Our pigment correction treatments can address a variety of concerns, including: Age/Brown Spots  Freckles Sun Damage Melasma Redness/Rosacea  Facial Veins Port Wine Stains 

Who is prone to hyperpigmentation?

People with fair skin who spend significant time in the sun are likely to develop ​​patches of pigmentation called sun spots, age spots or liver spots. Individuals with darker Asian, Mediterranean or African skin tones are more prone to pigmentation changes due to the higher level of melanin naturally present in the skin.

What is post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation?

Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH) occurs when the skin creates extra melanin after being irritated or injured — for example, a dark mark left behind after a pimple heals. PIH can affect all ages, genders and ethnicities, but it is more common in people with darker skin.

What is melasma?

Some women develop hyperpigmentation due to changes in hormone levels. This condition is called melasma. It is sometimes nicknamed the “mask of pregnancy” because it frequently affects pregnant women. Patches of melasma appear most often on the forehead, nose, cheeks and chin.

How does a laser treat pigment/hyperpigmentation?

Lasers work in different ways. Some target melanin directly, heating the pigment until it shatters into smaller particles that can be eliminated by the body. Others stimulate collagen remodeling, which smooths the complexion and lightens pigmentation. One of our experienced clinical providers will be able to recommend the appropriate treatment plan suited for your needs.

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Sat 10am - 4pm

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