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Can Dark Spots be Treated?

Dark Spots

Hyperpigmentation can appear red/brown in color and is common on the cheeks and forehead. 

Melasma is a type of hormone related skin condition that causes dark spots and is more common in females. Unfortunate, it can be a very hard condition to treat. 

New Treatments that are a favorite in our clinic are:

  1. PiQo4 Laser
  2. Tranexamic Acid


Tranexamic Acid: 

I use a lot of topical treatment using Tranexamic Acid in our clinic. 


PiQo4 Laser combined with using Tranexamic Acid is the key to treat those dark spots which can be very resistant. In addition, sun protection is very important when it comes to preventing further skin damage and other conditions. 


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