Laser Sun Spot Removal
Hyperpigmentation is the darkening of areas of skin caused by increased melanin. Melanin is a term used to describe groups of pigment. Concentrated melanin creates darker skin tones; however, high UV radiation exposure is associated with an increased risk of skin conditions such as melanoma or skin cancer.
Hyperpigmentation is the term that describes sun spots, age spots, and liver spots. There are different types of pigmentation that occur on the skin of the body and face. They can be caused by sun damage, hormones, medication, trauma, skin diseases, and also the natural aging process.
The customized treatment plan developed by Indy Laser will be determined at your Free Consultation! The nature and depth of the pigmentation are considered, as well as the skin type to determine the safest and most effective Pigmentation Removal method. Indy Laser’s Sun Spot Removal is often combined with microdermabrasion, and chemical peels to obtain optimal results.
Laser Skin Tightening
At Indy Laser, we offer a non-surgical facelift. Our lasers stimulate new collagen growth deep beneath the surface of the skin. Laser Skin Tightening reduces the appearance of wrinkles and loose skin for a smoother and more youthful appearance.
Microdermabrasion is a highly-effective and virtually painless technique to resurface the skin. It reveals the youthful and radiant complexion of the skin by stimulating the production of the new skin cells by using fine mineral crystals to exfoliate the outer keratin layer of the skin. Microdermabrasion is so gentle that there is no recovery period or discomfort. This treatment is most often performed on the skin of the face, neck, and chest.
DermaSweep goes beyond Microderm by exfoliating while simultaneously delivering a topical treatment. Our state-of-the-art system uses 7 combinations of treatment tip sizes. This system cleans pores and increases blood flow, which encourages collagen formation. After this exfoliation, SkinFusions are applied to the skin. Results are noticed after just one treatment.
A chemical peel is used to improve the quality and texture of the skin on the face by causing dead skin to exfoliate off by applying a liquid solution. This treatment is recommended once every four to eight weeks. The treatment is finished in less than an hour.
During your free consultation, a full skin analysis will be used to determine which type of chemical peel will be best for addressing your skin concerns.