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Laser Pigmentation Treatment

Pigmentation Treatment In Essex

Reduce Sunspots, Freckles & More

From £75 Per Session

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At CHC Aesthetics, we understand the impact of hyperpigmentation, age spots, and other skin discolourations on one’s confidence. Our committed team of skincare specialists is dedicated to delivering personalised and advanced laser pigmentation removal treatments in Essex, precisely tailored to meet your individual needs.

Procedure Time

A clinical hour


Not required

Duration Of Results

Long Term

Full Recovery



Over 6 to 8 weeks*

Pigmentation Treatment In Essex

What Is Laser Pigmentation Treatment?

Laser pigmentation treatment is a cosmetic procedure that uses Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) technology to target and reduce unwanted pigmentation on the skin.

This includes hyperpigmentation, sunspots, age spots, freckles, and other forms of uneven skin tone. 

During the procedure, a specialised laser emits intense pulses of light absorbed by the melanin in the pigmented areas. This targeted energy breaks down the excess melanin, allowing the body’s natural processes to eliminate the pigmentation gradually. 

Laser pigmentation treatment is known for its precision, minimising damage to surrounding skin while effectively addressing specific areas of discolouration. The outcome typically leads to a skin tone that is more uniform and revitalised. 

Achieving optimal results may necessitate undergoing multiple sessions, and the specific laser type employed can vary based on the nature of the pigmentation issue and the individual’s skin type. 

Seeking advice from our skincare experts in an initial consultation is essential to identify the most appropriate approach tailored to individual skin requirements.

Pigmentation Treatment Commonly Addresses These Skin Concerns:


  1. Hyperpigmentation: Dark spots, patches, or uneven skin tone caused by excess melanin production.


  2. Sunspots or Age Spots: Darkened areas on the skin resulting from prolonged sun exposure and UV damage.


  3. Melasma: Symmetrical brown or greyish-brown patches often associated with hormonal changes, pregnancy, or birth control.


  4. Freckles: Concentrated clusters of melanin triggered by genetic factors and sun exposure.


  5. Post-Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation: Post-Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation (PIH) is characterised by the persistence of dark spots that emerge after skin inflammation or injury, such as those resulting from acne or wounds.
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Pigmentation Treatment In Essex


Embark on a life-changing journey with pigmentation treatments in Essex, and witness a transformative shift in your skin’s radiance.

Our clientele is a diverse mix of genders, ages, backgrounds, and various needs. While our services may be tailored to a specific niche, our clients represent a broad spectrum of individuals.

We assure that each new client receives a warm and attentive welcome, regardless of their unique requirements. As an additional aspect of our specialised services, we are pleased to provide expert guidance on nutrition and practical exercise regimens.

Pigmentation Treatment In Essex


Pigmentation problems can arise from various factors, including sun exposure, genetics, hormonal changes, inflammation, and certain medications.

The suitability of specific skin types varies depending on the chosen treatment. It is crucial to seek guidance from a skincare professional to identify the most fitting approach tailored to your skin requirements.

The number of sessions needed depends on the extent of pigmentation severity and the selected treatment. Typically, optimal results are achieved through multiple sessions.

Discomfort levels can vary based on the type of treatment. Many procedures involve minimal discomfort; topical anaesthetics are often used to ensure a more comfortable experience.

Downtime varies depending on the treatment. Some procedures may have minimal downtime, while others may require a few days for recovery. Your skincare professional will provide detailed information based on the specific treatment.

While some pigmentation issues are genetic or hormonally driven, preventive measures include sun protection, maintaining a healthy skincare routine, and avoiding factors that trigger inflammation.

The duration of results is influenced by factors such as the type of pigmentation, the selected treatment, and individual skin characteristics. Maintenance sessions may be advised to sustain effectiveness over time.

Some side effects can include short-term redness, swelling, or alterations in pigmentation. Any other potential side effects depend on the individual and can be addressed and thoroughly discussed during your consultation.

Combining pigmentation treatments with other procedures is an option for comprehensive skincare in certain situations. Your skincare professional can tailor a treatment plan according to your specific needs.

Come Visit Our Clinic

How To Find Us:

Our laser aesthetics clinic is located in Southend on Alexandra Street which is just off of the high street. 

We are a 5 minute walk away from Southend Central train station. We should be easy to spot with our noticeable red flowers outside of the clinic.

Our Official Address: 

CHC Aesthetics,

35 Alexandra St,




At CHC Aesthetics our consultants are skilled at using state of the art technology to achieve the body forms which our clients desire. The service provided by CHC Aesthetics is a very personal one and is designed to help each of our clients individually acquire the positive lifestyle changes which this specialist and modern technology can achieve.

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