Best Age Spot Removal Treatment in Vancouver & Burnaby

Orchid Skin Care is committed to offering quality, noninvasive skin treatment options with minimal recovery time. We have the ability, experience, and expertise to transform your skin and help you get your radiance and confidence back.

We have a team of skilled professionals who use the best treatment methods to treat skin conditions like age spots using lasers, contouring, and skin rejuvenation techniques. Our treatments are safe, efficient, and have long-lasting results. We are your go-to clinic when looking for the best age spot remover in Burnaby.

What Are Age Spots?

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Age spots, also known as “brown spots,” “liver spots” or “sunspots” are small brown/black marks on your skin caused by prolonged exposure to sunlight. They typically affect fair-skinned people more than their colored counterparts. Age spots can also be caused by years of UV phototherapy even for people who protect themselves from the sun.
Unlike freckles, age spots don’t typically affect young people. Freckles can also disappear within weeks of avoiding sun exposure, but age spots can be more permanent.
Age spots are not necessarily dangerous, but with continued UV exposure, they can be benign.
If you notice a rapid increase in size, itchiness, pain, or bleeding, contact us and our skin specialist will conduct a thorough examination and advise you accordingly.

What Sets Us Apart

Age Spot Removal Treatment

Orchid Skin Care uses several treatment options to remove age spots. These include light and laser-based treatments including IPL Photo rejuvenation. Our treatments will effectively remove sunspots, wrinkles, redness, and other skin conditions brought by sun damage.

Laser treatment: this treatment method uses a laser beam whose energy penetrates the skin and targets the dark spots. This process breaks down the black/brown pigment into small fragments that are easier for the immune system to eliminate. You can expect to see results after the first session and drastic changes after a few sessions. The best thing about this treatment is it is noninvasive and only targets the age spots. It, therefore, doesn’t cause damage to the surrounding skin.

If you are looking to rid yourself of those stubborn sunspots, consider visiting our clinic in the Burnaby area and have a look at the various treatment options at our disposal.
Like all the patients we have served, you will appreciate our family-centric environment, friendly staff, and positive outcomes as you interact with our talented team of professionals.

We are the ultimate age spot remover in Burnaby & Vancouver

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Age spots, also known as “liver spots” or “sunspots,” are small brown/black marks on your skin caused by prolonged exposure to sunlight. They typically affect fair-skinned people more than their darker-skinned counterparts.

Age spots are usually small, flat, and brown or black in color. They may be round or oval in shape. They can appear anywhere on the body, but they are most common on the face, hands, and arms.

Age spots are caused by prolonged exposure to sunlight. They can also be caused by certain medical conditions, such as melasma and Addison’s disease.

Age spots are usually diagnosed by a doctor or dermatologist. The doctor will look at the spots and ask about your medical history. They may also do a skin biopsy to rule out other skin conditions.

The risks of age spot treatment vary depending on the method used. Laser therapy and IPL photo rejuvenation can cause temporary redness, swelling, and bruising. Chemical peels can cause more severe side effects, such as blistering and scarring.

Age spots can last for many years. However, they may fade over time with treatment.

The best way to prevent age spots is to protect your skin from the sun. Wear sunscreen every day, even on cloudy days. Avoid tanning beds and limit your time in the sun during the peak hours of the day.