Hyperpigmentation is a common skin issue that occurs when melanin overproduces. The melanin then accumulates in the various layers of the skin causing it to darken.
SRA pigmentation reduction is one of the most advanced treatments available to reduce the appearance of hyperpigmentation. Keep reading to find out how this option is unique in comparison to other methods on the market!
Understanding SRA Pigmentation Reduction
SRA stands for Skin Rejuvenation Advance, and it’s one of the most advanced and effective treatments for skin discolouration. It uses IPL – intense pulsed light – technology, combined with radiofrequency, to deliver a wide variety of wavelengths to your skin.
The laser produced by SRA is attracted to the darker pigmentation. When it finds it, the laser draws it up and out of the skin. Similarly, it addresses any unwanted redness by focusing on the haemoglobin. It heats the small veins so that they can retreat into your skin, thus eliminating redness.
When the procedure begins, you will feel a warm sensation. The amount of warmth you experience will vary depending on the area of the skin that is treated and the energy setting on the machine.
Afterward, you may experience the same feeling like a mild sunburn, as well as some redness. However, there is no downtime required after undergoing SRA pigmentation reduction. You can continue with your normal activities immediately.
SRA pigmentation reduction treatments can treat age spots, melasma, birthmarks, freckles, fine lines, wrinkles, and even acne and rosacea!