Skin Rejuvenation

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All great works of art start from a blank canvas – “UNBLEMISHED”

It isn’t any different in our work as client demand for pigment-related treatments continues to grow, driven by the wish for younger looking skin or the hope of having a piece of unwanted body art erased.

The benefits of Laser Skin Rejuvenation:

  • Pigmented Lesions
  • Reverse Sun Damage (Sun Spots, Age Spots, Freckles, Melasma)
  • Stimulate Collagen Production
  • Reduce Redness
  • Reduce Fine Lines
  • Refine Pores
  • Even Skin Tone & Texture
  • Reduce Active Acne and Acne Scarring


If you have Melasma (dark patches) or another skin pigmentation issue, green toning is one of the newest, safest and most effective ways to deal with it.melasma

Green toning is a form of non-ablative skin rejuvenation which utilizes our medical grade Q-Switch lasers. The energy levels used are low yet the laser is able to penetrate deep into the skin to heat the dermal layer. This forms elastin and breaks down pigmentation without harming the skin’s cells. The body then removes these broken down particles through its immune system’s natural drainage process.

Over several sessions non-ablative green toning from Unblemished Skin & Laser Clinic will drastically reduce pigmentation issues as well as improve skin tone and texture – all with minimal downtime.

What is Melasma?

Melasma is a very common skin condition and is typically a dark pigment with irregular borders, found in the dermal and epidermal layers of the skin.

Melasma is a form of pigmentation that is stimulated by oestrogen and can be due to your hormones, as result from pregnancy, or by medication such as the contraceptive pill, or may be caused by exposure to the sun or from naturally high oestrogen levels.

Melasma is the result of an increase in the production of melanin within the skin and is a very common patchy brown, tan, or blue-grey facial skin discoloration, usually seen in women in the reproductive years. It typically appears on the upper cheeks, upper lip, forehead, and chin of women 20-50 years of age.  Melasma can never really be cured but it can be treated to minimise its effect.

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*Disclaimer: Results may vary from person to person.