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Dark spots on the skin are typically caused by hyperpigmentation, the condition is called "Melasma".

Hyperpigmentation is an excessive production of melanin in a specific area due to several reasons like


 - Hormone unbalance

 - Excessive sun exposure

 - Liver malfunction

 - Skin damage (Scars, Acne etc.)


Hyperpigmentation may occur for several reasons, and sun exposure may trigger and always worsens the condition.

Genetic and sex are a big factor , for example , women and darker-skinned individuals/races  are the most affected by this aesthetic problem.

When Melasma occurs during pregnancy, it's called Chloasma


To prevent or minimize Melasma:


  • Always wear sunscreen when you are exposed to sunlight , even only by reflection.

  • Keep yourself well hydrated

  • Improve your nutrition with supplement , vitamins, minerals and fibers.

  • Have a good fitness regime that makes you perspire eliminating toxins.

The Treatment

Duration:  90 minutes


Protocol :


  • Skin Cleansing (Removing dirt, bacteria and impurities)

  • Skin Toning (balance PH)

  • Microdermabrasion ( Medical grade with sterile single use Crystals)

  • Dermoporation Therapy (Electronic Injection with 16 cc/ml. Custom Serum)

  • Facial Massage (muscles relaxing effect to induce a rested look)

  • Cryotherapy (Freezing handle application to tighten skin and induce collagen production)

  • Laser Red Light Therapy ( 30 Min.)

  • Sunscreen application using a professional grade product.


Red Light Thrapy

Before & After

Skin Lightening before and after

Actual patinet treated with 6 session Venus Derm Skin Lightening and Venus Derm Lab Serums


Results vary by the individual, some spot may disappear some may only be slightly reduced, and may return in the future.

Treating the hormone unbalance, always wearing sunscreen and reducing the sun exposure are key to minimize dark spots

This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.

These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Consult your physician or dermatologist before starting any treatment.

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