Liver spots are not a sign of liver problems. They do resemble the colour of this vital organ but that doesn't mean we have to put up with them.
The problem of liver spots
Liver spots are associated with aging. From early middle-age the skin is less able to regenerate and the appearance of concentrations of melanin as liver spots is strongly related to the effects of sun exposure.
Liver spots range in colour from light brown to red or even black, and appear in areas frequently exposed to the sun. Hands, arms, shoulders, the face and head are the most common places in which they develop.
Treatment for liver spots
Our laser treatment is highly effective at selectively lightening the darker pigmented region of liver spots to restore a much more even skin tone.
Liver spot treatment sessions run for 30 minutes in which time an area of up to 10cm x 10cm can be treated. Typically 1 - 3 treatment sessions are required spaced at intervals of 4 - 6 weeks. A mild stinging may be felt during treatment with some redness and warming which fades quickly afterwards.
Our course of treatment depends on accurately determining your needs. Our personalised service starts with a free consultation. Book yours today.
Areas: Cheeks, nose, chin, forehead, hands.