APRIL 22, 2022

Your skin is a really important part of your personal identity, so we know the decision to make a change isn’t taken lightly.

If you’re considering skin pigmentation removal, you’re probably wondering if laser pigmentation treatment is safe, and what side effects it can have on your skin. At NAAMA, we use LightSense® technology, a revolutionary method to get rid of skin pigmentation that’s one of the safest and most effective methods for pigmentation removal. Our innovative LightSense® laser system is fast, safe and relatively painless and our friendly team offers exceptional care, so you can feel calm and relaxed knowing you’re in safe hands.

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Is it true that laser treatment can make pigmentation worse?

No, not with the expert team at NAAMA. The laser technology we use to remove your pigmentation is incredibly precise, safe and gentle on your skin. The LightSense® laser system is uniquely positioned for pigmentation removal. It uses ultra-fast pulses with incredibly low levels of energy, which quickly and gently remove your skin pigmentation with minimal risk of skin damage. We even treat delicate skin areas with ease.

What are the side effects of laser pigmentation treatment?

The side effects of laser for pigmentation can vary, but you shouldn’t experience anything serious with the LightSense® laser treatment. You might find that the area feels itchy, or you may experience some sensitivity. These effects can be managed with our expert aftercare recommendation such as keeping the area away from sun exposure, swimming pools and hot tubs until it has fully healed. One of our experienced consultants will explain everything you need to know to ensure your treatment area stays safe for successful healing.

More frequent treatments means quicker pigmentation removal results and you can expect full removal in months not years.

What types of skin pigmentation can you remove?

  • Sun spots, also known as lentigines, age spots or liver spots. These are usually found on the hands and face.

  • Freckles, or ephelides, which can be found on the body or face.

  • Facial pigmentation, which is often associated with hormone changes and usually found on the face.

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We treat every client on an individual basis, so if you’re not sure about your area of concern, you can send us a photo of your skin and we’ll check that we can treat it. You can email the team at hello@naamastudios.com.