Pigmentation means nothing but excess production of melanin in our body. Since I was suffering from the same, I decided to take a specialized treatment for it. Here’s my Kaya Q Switch laser review that tells you everything you need to know about the usefulness of this treatment.
Both hyper and hypo pigmentation are caused due to a glitch in the production of melanin.
After trying over-the-counter creams and lotions and facing disappointment, I decided to go for professional treatments. I read about Q-switch laser treatment online and learned about its effectiveness in treating pigmentation. During my research, I also chanced upon a Kaya Skin Clinic Bangalore review that spoke of a visible difference in just one session!
What Is Q-Switch Laser Therapy?
This is a revolutionary technique for treating all forms of pigmentation, from the most superficial ones to those that go deep into the skin. However, its unique quality is that it’s completely safe for the Indian skin!
I got a personal skin consultation from Kaya, and was assured that the procedure was safe for my skin. The laser therapy treated the root cause of pigmentation and targeted the pigment trapped in the dark spots using a thin beam of light. Since it only targeted the darker area, it ensured that the surrounding skin wasn’t damaged or affected in any way.
What Is Intense Clarity System?
It’s the latest addition by Kaya Skin Clinic to their already existing pool of face cleansers. However, this one’s a class apart. It comes enriched with brightening beads and has a hearty combination of vitamin B3 and vitamin E. Upon regular use, it not only exfoliated my skin but also rejuvenated it without drying it out.
It also includes a Pigment Reducing Complex Cream and a nourishing day cream that packed a punch against all forms of discoloration and pigmentation on my skin. This entire process is referred to as Pigment Reduction System and can be followed after getting a Q-Switch laser therapy done.
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