Laser Pigment Reduction

At Armstrong Health we understand the distress and embarrassment that skin pigmentation can cause, particularly the darker blemishes and especially when covering larger parts of the visible skin. Armstrong Health uses IPL therapy to reduce pigmented blemishes and lesions.

Before & Afters

A5 Area (Both hands/ both cheeks)

Minimum 4 sessions package
$ 89 per session
  • Normally $109 per session

A4 Area (hands+cheeks/ face+neck / neck+decolletage)

Minimum 4 sessions package
$ 149 per session
  • Normally $169 per session

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some answers to the questions we receive the most about our services.
If we missed anything, please do not hesitate to contact us. We’ll be happy to help

Most clients experience pigmentation being removed permanently, however for some clients, new pigmentation may appear due to environmental factors or hormonal changes.
In order to prevent pigmentation resurfacing, it is important to avoid excessive sun exposure and apply SPF 30+ sunscreen daily during and post treatments. Depending on your skin and life style, maintenance treatments may be required.

Post treatment your skin may be slightly swollen and/or red with the pigmented lesions appearing raised and/or darker. It feels somewhat like a mild sunburn and the pigmented lesions may form a scab/crust prior to flaking off the skin. This effect is very normal and will disappear shortly after treatment. Damage to the skin is very rare, and only in some few cases, clients may experience pigment change on the area treated. If this occurs, the skin will typically return to normal over time. In saying this, our Skin and Laser Technician’s are experienced and are here to ensure you experience a satisfying treatment.

Everybody has some level of melanin in their skin. This isn’t an issue until your body begins to produce an irregular level of melanin in certain areas. This can lead to slightly darker(hyperpigmentation) patches of skin. The causes of irregular skin pigmentation vary widely, some of them include sun exposure, genetic predisposition, hormonal changes and imbalances, and certain diseases (such as diabetes).

As with all laser treatment, you must avoid exposure to direct sunlight before treatment, during treatment and for some weeks following treatment.  Our experienced qualified therapists will advise you based on your skin type and the nature of the treatments that you are receiving. SPF 30+ must be worn daily