Is it becoming more and more difficult to conceal pigmentation problems with makeup? Are age spots making you look old before your time? Would you like to feel more comfortable in your own skin without invasive procedures or significant downtime? If so, it's time you investigated Bellamedica.
We believe you deserve to feel confident in your own skin. Let us help you find the treatment that best suits your needs and budget so you can restore your skin and get rid of spotting and sun damage forever. Schedule a free consultation with us today!
It's not just wrinkles and crow's feet that make you look older than you are. Skin spots and sun damage can leave you looking tired or even sickly, making it hard to feel confident in your own skin.
Traditionally, there was little that could be done for age spots, sun damage, or acnes scars. Unfortunately, creams, lotions, or serums can only do so much. And surgery is risky, expensive, and can leave behind scars that emerge with time. What you need is a selection of treatments that will restore your skin to its natural beauty safely, quickly, and effectively.
Our doctors use state-of-the-art technology to safely remove skin blemishes without damaging the surrounding tissue. We offer a wide range of effective and affordable procedures including laser resurfacing, IPL photofacials, chemical peels, and dermabrasion for all skin types.
Suitable for treating a wide range of blemishes, from acne scarring to age spots on face, hands or body as well as hyperpigmentation therapies, whatever your condition and goals, we have the right treatment option for you.
Our physicians and Master Aestheticians work together with each of our patients to devise an individualized treatment plan designed to help you look and feel your best.
The first step is to schedule your FREE consultation with our team today. You could be looking years younger in just a few short weeks. So schedule your free appointment today!
Dark spots, or hyperpigmentation, are a common condition affecting all ages. It is most commonly the result of overexposure to the sun, but can also be caused by acne, hormonal changes, allergies, or conditions of the skin. It is more common in people with darker complexions. Some types of this hyperpigmentation are: