MOLES, WARTS, AGE SPOTS LASER THERAPY


Black Moles Laser Removal (each size 3-15mm)


from $20-

$200

Skin Wart Laser Remoavl (each size 3-10mm)


from $10-

$150

Moles Laser Removal (Face or neck / Session 1)


(3-5mm)
$250

Moles Laser Removal (Face or neck / Package Session 2)


(3-5mm) $400

Moles & Skin Warts Removal ( Face or Body/ Package Session 4)


(3-5mm)

$800

Pigmentation Laser Removal (Face or Body/ Package Session 6)


(3-5mm)

$1000

Age Spot and Pigmentation Laser Removal (Package Session 4)


(3-5mm) $ 600

Age Spot and Pigmentation Laser Removal (Package Session 6)


(3-5mm) $800

SUN SPOT AND FRECKLES SPECIAL SKIN LASER THERAPY


 

Sun Spot (Freckles or brown spot )(forehead)

60mins $150
Sun Spot /(Freckles or brown spot )(Session 1 )
90mins $250
Sun Spot /(Freckles or brown spot )(Package Session 2)
8 weeks $400
Black Heads / Lump Laser Removal (Session 1 )
90mins $250
White Heads / (Fat granules) Laser Removal (forehead)
60mins $150
White Heads / (Fat granules) Laser Removal (Session 1)
90mins $250
White Heads / (Fat granules) Laser Removal (Session 2 )
8 weeks $400
Acne & Pimple Laser Therapy ( Session 2 )
10weeks $450
Acne and Pimple (Session 4 )
5 months $800

 

 

What Could Cause Black Moles on The Skin?


 

Our skin grows many different types of benign and

malignant tumours, commonly called "moles".

Compound moles have cells in the dermis and

epidermis. Their colour varies from normal skin colour

through to almost black. They may have an irregular

pigment pattern with black spots and dark hairs. On

the face, these can cause self-consciousness, with

the hair follicles also prone to infection. Women may

pluck the hairs, but men risk cutting the top off the

moles during shaving.

Most moles are not dangerous and appear during the

early parts of a person's life, before the age of 30,

some moles change over time, while others remain

the same. Moles with unusual colors or shapes have

a greater chance of developing into a melanoma,

which is a type of skin cancer.                                                                                                                                                                                     

 

 

Mole Growing Everywhere on The Skin


 

 

Moles growing everywhere on your body,

facial, head, arms and legs, even covert

of the body.

Intradermal moles sit in the dermis only

and tend to be soft and fleshy. They can

be raised up to 5mm, from skin colour to

dark brown. Dysplastic moles look like

compound moles, but with a more

irregular pigment and possibly a more

irregular edge. They may also be larger.

Because of their irregular pigmentation

and edges, they can look like melanomas,

so many of these are excised and

examined for safety to ensure they

do not harbour any melanoma.                                                                                                                                                                                                              

 

 

Mole Growing with Different Colour


 

 

 

 

The moles growing different colour with

black, brown and gray.

Moles come in two types: congenital mole

and dysplastic mole. Congenital moles are

present from birth and happen in about one

percent of the population. These are

sometimes more likely to turn into

melanoma than moles that appear later.

Dysplastic moles are larger than the mean

and have an anomalous, or irregular, shape

and uneven color and borders.

The moles have had the pigment around

the edges destroyed by the body’s immune

system leaving a pale halo around a dark

centre. These uncommon moles are benign

and tend to occur in adolescents. moles

have a black colour, which is quite dense

and can be confused with melanoma, so

are often removed as a precaution.

 

 

Mole Growing with Different Sizes


 

The skin cells that create pigmentation

create the dark growths and lesions called

moles, new growths that appear in a variety

of sizes ranging from pin-sized to an inch

or more in diameter.

Most people have moles and many are

hereditary. Moles that change size and

color may indicate cancer or other skin

diseases and should be removed. Most

moles cause cosmetic concerns however

and can be safely to removed through a

variety of cosmetic laser techniques,

including laser Therapy.

Most moles occur when a group of cells

called melanocytes grow together in a

cluster instead of being spread out

across the skin, according to

melanocytes are the cells responsible

for skin pigment, which is why they

are darker than the surrounding skin.

About 50% of malignant melanomas begin

in existing moles. Pigmented solar

keratoses may have a crusty surface, so

they usually appear different to moles,

but some can look like melanomas and

may be removed by Laser Treatment.

If you have many abnormal moles, you

should have an annual skin check or

changes in size, shape and colour can be

detected. Any new skin growth or changing

mole needs to be checked by your GP, who

may recommend you to have a Laser

removal treatment, to get the best possible

result.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

 

 

Age Spots With Laser Skin Revitalization


 

Laser Skin Revitalization is a great way to reduce the signs of aging on your face, hands

and chest. Get rid of age spots and sun damage with skin revitalization. There is an easy

way to get rid of unattractive age spots and sun damage that appears on your skin over

time. Choose skin revitalization to clear away these skin discolorations and unwanted

pigment and reveal more beautiful looking skin.


Laser Skin revitalization is an advanced

treatment for sun damage and age spots.

It delivers visible results faster than you

have ever dreamed. It is a powerful

treatment alternative to Laser to peels off.

Skin revitalization treats age spots and

sun damage by using an optimized laser

light device to deliver laser light energy to

your skin which is selectively absorbed

by the unwanted pigment and then

cleared away.

Laser Skin revitalization is a non surgical

approach for treating age spots and sun

damage, using powerful laser based

technology to target unwanted pigment

without harming the surrounding skin. In

just a few simple treatment sessions,

pigment appears laser lighter and your

skin looks clearer and younger.                                                                                                                                                                                                                           


 

 

Laser Remove Age Spots & Sun Spots


 

Laser remove for age spots is done by using a laser beam that generates energy to the

surface of the skin. As the energy is absorbed by the red blood cells and pigment of the

skin, it creates heat at the site of the age spots, causing total destruction of their

composition. This is what is effectively known as laser surgery treatment for the removal

of age spots.

Age spots, which are also known as

hyperpigmentation or age spots, are common

and grow increasingly common with age. They

can be frustrating to deal with as they seemingly

appear out of nowhere, and they can also be a

somewhat embarrassing indicator of age.

Age spots develop fundamentally from cellular

damage. Several factors trigger their production

on the surface of the skin.

Many people have a hereditary predisposition

to develop age spots and their body will

readily create the appearance of brown spots

in these cases regular maintenance with

sophisticated Laser technology that removes

their appearance may be required.

The other main factors that contribute to the

development of this condition is exposure to the

sun.

Laser energy from is very well absorbed by cells

containing excessive concentrations of pigment

stimulating your body to eliminate the unwanted

excessive pigment while having little or no effect

on normal skin color.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  


 

Effectiveness of Laser Removal


 

Laser remove treatment has become one of the more effective treatment methods for the

removal of age spots, surpassing even cryosurgery and chemical peels. Because the

Laser Therapy usually provides permanent results, many people with age spots choose

laser treatment over other alternative treatment methods. Laser removal certainly has

guarantees of providing permanent relief, as there is the possibly that new age spots

can occur; however, most clients will find laser surgery to be at least permanent and

will typically be very satisfied with the results.

 

 

The majority of age spots show up

during middle of age a person's from

40 years old, having anywhere between

10 and 40 spots as an adult is normal.

Time brings changes to age spots, as

colors shift and hairs sometimes

appear. Some vanish altogether, while

others always remain the same. Most

moles do not present a danger.

However, those with a greater likelihood

of cancer look different than those

around them or show up after the age of

30.

The size and shape of a mole is

important when deciding if laser

surgery is the best method to remove

the skin lesion. laser treatments

are best suited for removing flat moles

that do not protrude above the

surface of the skin. These moles

typically have been present from birth

and are usually brown or black.                                                                                                                                                                                                                   


 

 

The majority of age spots show up during

middle of age a person's from 40 years old,

having anywhere between 10 and 40 spots

as an adult is normal. Time brings changes

to age spots, as colors shift and hairs sometimes

appear. Some vanish altogether, while others

always remain the same. Most moles do not present

a danger. However, those with a greater likelihood

of cancer look different than those around them or

show up after the age of 30, notes WebMD.


The size and shape of a mole is important

when deciding if laser surgery is the best

method to remove the skin lesion. laser

treatments are best suited for removing

flat

moles that do not protrude above the surface

of the skin. These moles typically have

been present from birth and are usually

brown or black.                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

 


 

Warts are ey common, especially in children

and young adults. They are actually benign

tumors that are location only in the top of the

skin, the epidermis. Warts can look different,

depending on their location.

Warts can occur anywhere on the body, but

they are seen most often on the finger, the

backs of the hands, the knees, and the

elbows. These are sites that most often get

breaks in the skin like cuts of abrasions that

expose the lower layers of the epidermis to

the human papillomavirus(HPV). Because

the virus stays only in the epidermis and does

not penetrate into the dermis where the blood

vessels are located, often the immune system

does not even know the wart is there. This is

one of the reasons that it can be difficult to

get rid of a wart.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

 


 

This is a picture of genital warts on a

woman's arm and finger, warts in this area

can look different depending on the type of

skin they are growing in. These warts on the

edge of the moist skin look almost white.

Finally the warts on the regular, dry skin look

a little more like typical warts that you should

see o other parts of the body, but they stick

out more. Since warts in the genital area can

look different from other skin warts, if you

notice any persistent bumps in your genital

area, you should have a doctor take a look

to see what they are.                                                                                                                                                                                                                  


 

I the medical term for warts in the genital

area is condylomate acuminata. These warts

look different from warts that occur on other

parts of the body. They tend to be softer than

skin warts and they can look more like skin

tage, as seen in this picture.

Warts on the skin grow in cylindrical

projections and often these projections fuse

together to give the wart a flat surface. warts

that grow in certain areas and in thin skin,

the cylindrical projections, but they do not

fuse. In this picture of a wart on the scalp,

you can see numerous projections from the

tiny ones at the base to the large ones on top,                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

 

 


 

Contrary to popular belief, warts do not have

roots. They only grow in the top layer of skin,

the epidermis. When they grow, they can

displace the second layer of skin, the

dermis, but they do not grow into the dermis.

The underside of a wart is actually smooth.

Warts normally grow out of the skin in cylindrical

columns. These columns do not fuse when the

columns fuse and are packed tightly together

giving the surface the typical mosaic pattern.

Black dots can sometimes be seen in a wart.

These are actually blood vessels that have

grown rapidly and irregularly into the wart and

have clotted off or thrombosed.

They are not seeds of the wart as one myth

has statted.                                                                                                                                                                                                     




 

 

Wart can occur in people of all ages but

occur most commonly in children and

young adults. They spread by direct contact,

simply by touching the wart. Warts normally

resolve spontaneously but the time it takes

for this resolution is variable.

Most warts resolve within weeks or months

even without treatment, but some may take

many years or decades. It appears that a

person's susceptibility to warts ad the time

it takes for them to go away is related to

the individual's immune system. People

who have immune-related diseases such as

AIDS and Iymphoma or those who are

receiving chemotherapy tend to have more

warts that last longer.                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

 


 

Wart can occur in people of all ages but

occur most commonly in children and

young adults. They spread by direct

contact, simply by touching the wart.

Warts normally resolve spontaneously

but the time it takes for this resolution

is variable.

Most warts resolve within weeks or months

even without treatment, but some may take

many years or decades. It appears that a

person's susceptibility to warts ad the time

it takes for them to go away

is related to the individual's immune system.

People who have immune-related diseases

such as AIDS and Iymphoma or those who

are receiving chemotherapy tend to have more

warts that last longer.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      

 

Pigmentation


The below photos of a sweet client to showing Before and After Laser Removal

pigmentation. The big pigmentation was setting on her left side face for over

60 years until to meet Jenny Zhong and rid of all.

The process was taking a few session and leave a beautiful smooth skin, without

scaring. It's Showing the new skin turning to a normal skin.

 

 


 

 


It takes time for

melanocytes to produce

melanin and protect the

skin from the sun's harmful

rays.

When melanocytes can not

work quickly enough to

create a tan, the UV rays from

the sun can burn

the skin and leave it looking

pink or bright red.

Sun damage also accumulates

over time, which

can lead to skin cancer.

The lighter your skin,

the greater your risk of

developing skin cancer.



 

 

Sun's Rays Damage Your Skin


Since we are focusing on the face and how pigmentation occurs on that certain area of

the body, the possibly causes of this skin condition. Since our face is constantly in and out

of the sun’s exposure, the melanocytes on your face are also constantly always being

turned off and on.


Since a majority of people spend many years

in the sun’s rays, the melanocytes reset

themselves to becoming more reactive.

Excessive sunlight exposure can typically

cause these melanocytes to multiply which

eventually start producing an uneven

distribution of melanocytes that are active.

Also skin Pigmentation, sunspots, age spots

(liver spots), people with liver dysfunction

may also form liver spots as it generally

relates to cellular damage via free radicals

liver is largely responsible for resolving

the build up of free radicals. Particularly on

the face can be distressing and can

affect your confidence. Laser is effective in

removing superficial brown blemishes

and flat pigmented spots.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     


 

 

Freckle and Melanin Production


Melanocytes produce melanin, which gets deposited into the epidermal cells. There are

two different types of melanin that melanocytes produce: eumelanin, which is dark

brown in color, and phaeomelanin, which can have a red or yellow tint.

Melanin production is regulated by a peptide

hormone that is located in the pituitary gland and

known as the melanocyte- stimulating hormone.

Pituitary tumors and spiked estrogen levels that occur during pregnancy cause the pituitary gland

to produce more of this hormone.

When there is a high concentration of the

production of melanin, freckle-like spots and

patches could start appearing on the surface

of the skin especially the face. Frequent

exposure to UV rays caused from the sun

could cause an inflammatory response on

the face and when the response is severe,

it could result in a sunburn. That means

when you spend more time in sunlight,

you have a larger risk for developing

hyperpigmentation on the face.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

 


 

Pigment Precipitates


Human skin pigmentation is one common skin disorder that many people suffer from

today. The word “pigmentation” is characterized as the coloring on people’s skin.

There are certain factors that could cause face pigmentation for human beings and

hyperpigmentation on the face and what factors could cause it. This is to get a better

understanding of this common skin condition and also can possibly treat it. It is best

way to Laser removal pigmentation and helping get rid of it.



Pigmented lesions are dark in color because

melanin is abnormally concentrated in one area of

the skin. High concentrations of melanin can be due

to various factors, but most occur with age or as a

result of overexposure to the sun. Brown spots

commonly appear in sun exposed areas like the

tops of the forehead and face.


As sun exposure plays a significant role in the

development of liver spots, it is advisable to

avoid excessive exposure to the sun and becoming

sunburnt. Cover up when outside and use a good

quality non toxic free radical protective. Daily use

of a good sunscreen to minimize sun-damage,

and to protect your skin following treatment is

recommended.