Get Back your Clear Skin with Pigmentation Removal in Singapore
Pigmentation is one of the most common problems that people are afflicted with these days. One major factor is exposure to UV radiation from the sun, resulting in increased melanin production. Melanin is the pigment in our skin that gives it colour and protects us from UV radiation.
Pigmentation conditions that we can treat
Common pigment conditions include Melasma, freckles, age spots, Hori’s Nevus and Naevus of Ota.
This is a very common condition that typically affects Asian females. Dr Ho Rui Ming has a special interest in conducting pigmentation removal for this problem and is well versed in the different approaches to the treatment.
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Freckles usually consists of pigment that are located superficially in the skin. They have a genetic component to it and occurs in individuals at a young age. They are very sensitive to UV rays and many individuals see their freckles lighten in Winter (when there is less sunlight) and typically they get darker in the Summer when exposure to the sun is more abundant.
In sunny Singapore where it is literally Summer all year round, using a sunscreen of SPF 30 at least is essential to prevent freckles from getting darker.
Freckles are very treatable with our pigmentation removal procedure and is primarily done so via our pigment specific Spectra XT laser and the LATEST BB Laser.
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Age spots / Sun spots
Age spots / sun spots are pigment arising from skin damage due to age and exposure to UV rays. These can appear anywhere on the body but typically occurs on sun-exposed parts of the body such as the face, chest and hands.
Treatment includes our pigment specific lasers such as the BB laser and Spectra XT laser.
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Hori’s Naevus is a condition whereby the pigment is located deeper in the skin. Causes include a family history/ genetics as well as a relation to hormones. It typically occurs on the cheeks and appear greyish-brown in color.
Treatment is usually via our pigment specific Q-switch laser and may require multiple sessions.
Naevus of Ota
This is a pigmentary condition that is usually present at birth. It occurs on one side of the face and can be quite extensive in some people ie. occupying half of the face. It may also affect parts of the eye such as the sclera (whites of the eye), cornea and iris.
The pigment is situated deep in the skin and gives it a blue-ish, green-ish, grey and brown appearance.
Treatment is primarily via our advanced Q-switch laser and will require multiple sessions.
Besides our advanced medical lasers, we do have other proprietary whitening treatments be it well researched whitening creams, whitening oral tablets amongst others.
Dr Ho Rui Ming will assess your skin before recommending the best course of treatment for your pigment woes.
Book yourself in for a consultation
If you are interested in gaining back the perfect, clear skin you once had, our pigmentation removal treatments may be right for you. Please contact us at one of our Singapore clinics for further enquiries!