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Sun Damaged | Ageing Skin

Age or Sun spots

Age spots are a type of pigmentation which will often appear on the areas of the body which are most often exposed to the sun and are more commonly found on lighter skin types. These spots are brown or brown-grey in colour, flat and vary in size. They can get larger with age and increase in number.

Age spots are harmless and can be treated; if you are concerned that an area on your skin looks to be more sinister than an age spot, it is important that you make an appointment with a doctor. We also suggest that you to help protect yourself from developing or worsening age spots wear a broad-spectrum sunscreen.

At New Skin we have several ways to help give your skin a uniformed tone. During your consultation with one of our skin care experts we will discuss your goals with you and suggest a personal plan to help you achieve them. You can feel confident that with our knowledge and experience, teamed with our clinically proven treatments we will help your skin will look and feel the best that it can.

We would normally recommend a programme of IPL and Laser combined, however there are other options; see below.

Some of the treatments we may recommend:

Microdermabrasion – Exfoliate your skin to help regenerate healthier skin

IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) – Lightens and evens tone on an area

Q switch laser – for individual brown spot removal – useful after IPL treatment to eliminate what remains

Surgen/Hybrid Technology – Creates dermal volumising, collagen regeneration, skin rejuenation and evens out pigmentation

Medik8 Skin Peels – They uses the most effective prescription-strength ingredients to repair, regenerate and transform your skin.


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Laser / IPL Pricing

Time Single Treatment Course of 3
Test Patch (refundable) £35 (save 10%)
15 minute session £95 £250
30 minute session £175 £470
45 minute session £225 £600

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