Pigmented lesion removal has become a trending procedure for those wanting to get rid of annoying and bothersome lesions on the body. These lesions come in many different shapes, sizes, growths, and colour. Pigmented lesions treatment can occur at any point and for some clients, they are simply born with it. Common types of lesions are vascular, reactive, hyperpigmented, and keratinolytic. Depending on the size, density, and the colour of a pigmented lesion, more than one treatment may be required.
There are several indications that need to be considered before removing any type of lesion. If the color, size, texture, or shape has changed or evolved with a pigmented lesion, it is recommended to consult a Dermatologist before undergoing any sort of ablative procedure. If the lesion is benign, clients are safe and able to proceed with seeking appropriate information on treatment options available.
Although this treatment is quick and easy, the number of treatment sessions will vary per client. It can be as simple as one treatment to remove a smaller raised lesion, or it could require several treatments if the lesion is large and flat. The spacing between those treatments ranges between 4-8 weeks based on the intensity.