Your Guide to Treating Black Spot on Face

Your Guide to Treating Black Spot on Face

Uneven skin tone can be tough to cover up. Unless you are willing to pile on multiple layers of concealers and liquid foundations, it can be troublesome to conceal dark or discoloured marks.

These marks can arise from different factors, but they typically point to a pigmentation issue. The most common trigger is prolonged overexposure to sunlight. This can prompt you to produce more melanin resulting in pigmentation marks.

If you are looking for ways to solve this concern, you can certainly choose our advanced pigmentation treatment. You can now achieve a balanced tone that is spotless, bright and absolutely radiant.

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Armed with knowledge and experience, the proficient team at Geo Aesthetics can help you achieve radiant and mark-free skin. Take a look at the remarkable differences between these before and after photos of real clients, and picture what your skin can look like with us.

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Individual results may vary.

Individual results may vary.

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Frequently Asked Questions

1. What causes a black spot on face?

Discoloured skin can encompass a wide range of complexion issues, from melasma to post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH). Regardless, most of them develop to the overproduction of pigments. They can be freckles, which are small and flat marks that appear due to overexposure to the sun. Freckles appear in a sparse manner and are usually hereditary. They may also signify sunspots (also known as solar lentigines). These appear as precise darkened patches and can vary in size and number. They are triggered by ultraviolet exposure too and can be much harder to fade away than typical freckles.

 

2. How do I identify melasma?

Melasma spreads over a much larger area. It typically appears in patches and can be very dark or very light in colour. While melasma can develop due to overexposure to the sun, it can be triggered by hormonal shifts, pregnancy and certain types of medication.

 

3. If a black spot on face is not very large, what could it be?

It could be either age spots or post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH), triggered by highly inflamed skin. PIH occurs as a result of an inflamed or damaged surface, either from a wound or acne breakout. During healing, there will be an increase in melanin production as a natural response to cell damage. Squeezing and picking your zits will also cause further lesions in your follicle wall, leading to discolouration.

 

4. Why is it difficult to prevent black spot on face?

Considering all the aforementioned factors, it can be extremely difficult to prevent dark marks from developing throughout your lifetime. Pigmentation issues typically occur due to overexposure to the sun, so it does not help that we live in a perpetually sunny climate. While you might be doing your best to avoid sunlight and apply sunscreen, you should take note that the sun’s ultraviolet rays can still seep through your home and office windows.

 

5. Can over-the-counter products help remove black spot on face?

Not really. Many creams and serums available in the market are not able to reach deeper into your skin to target stubborn dark pigmentation. You may end up splurging on dozens of products that are either inefficient or useless. One of the best solutions is to undergo a proper pigmentation treatment that can deliver quick and effective results.

 

6. How to remove black spot on face safely and effectively?

If you are having trouble with dark markings on your visage, fret not, Geo Aesthetics has highly experienced aestheticians who can help. To ensure your utmost safety, do avoid this treatment if you are pregnant or have any skin issues. There are minimal but temporary side effects with this treatment, such as redness, dryness and minor discomfort. However, it is a safe and effective technique to eliminate patches, without disrupting surrounding healthy tissues.

 

7. What is the actual procedure for treating black spot on face like?

After a discussion with our qualified therapists about your concerns, the treatment process and expected outcome, you can schedule your first session with us. Your therapist will guide you through some simple preparation steps to prime you for the treatment. To ensure your comfort, a numbing cream will be applied on the affected areas. During the procedure, you may feel minimal discomfort from the applicator when it is applying a special solution to your dermis. Most of our clients have commented it is fairly painless.

 

8. What results can I expect from the treatment for black spot on face?

Results may differ with each individual, but you should see improvement immediately after the treatment. You may also notice your condition fading even more within two to three weeks later.

 

9. What is the duration of each session to treat black spot on face?

The procedure will take approximately 15 to 30 minutes, depending on the severity of your pigmentation and how your skin reacts to the process.

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