How Can I Correct My Skin Discoloration Without Lasers?

How Can I Correct My Skin Discoloration Without Lasers?

Many people earn for a bright, even complexion, spending years and many different treatments trying to achieve it. One popular way to remove skin discoloration is through lasers, but those can be costly or cause pigmentation in certain skin tones. How can you correct your skin discoloration without lasers? One way is through the Lytera® 2.0 Advanced Pigment Correcting System, which consists of serums, cleansers, moisturizers, and sunscreen.

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Lytera products are formulated without retinol, which can be too strong for sensitive skin. This makes it less likely to cause peeling and irritation. While hyperpigmentation affects patients of all skin types, it can be particularly stubborn to treat in those with darker skin tones. Lytera has been proven to reduce the appearance of various types of hyperpigmentation in a wide variety of ethnicities and skin types. It also features new technology to impact how the body produces melanin, helping balance melanin production.

Skin discoloration happens for a variety of reasons – the biggest being exposure to the sun and other environmental factors and pregnancy. Even the most diligent sunscreen wearers can see skin discoloration. Lytera products are clinically shown to reduce the appearance of hyperpigmentation as well as overall photodamage while maintaining and preventing the appearance of future discoloration.

A younger looking complexion is possible within 8-12 weeks.

Unlock your most beautiful skin. Laser Skin Care Center offers these Lytera products and other professional skin acre lines. Laser Skin Care Center serves the greater Long Beach area.

If you’d like to learn more about our products, please fill out the form on this page or call (562) 280-2071.

By | 2018-05-25T14:06:28+00:00 May 11th, 2018|

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