Advanced Electrolysis for Age Spots

Hyperpigmentation of the skin occurs as the skin ages, sun damage or due to genetics and become visible as brownish freckles that can appear anywhere on the body and are more commonly referred to as Age Spots.  Age spots manifest when the skin’s natural ability to fight UV damage weakens and as a result the body’s ability to fight the appearance of hyperpigmentation is reduced.

There are a number of ways to reduce the appearance of age spots:

1. Advanced Electrolysis

Clinically proven as safe and very effective in the reduction of Age Spots, this advanced cosmetic procedure is renowned for its ability to treat medical conditions as opposed to purely aesthetic.  During Advanced Electrolysis an ultra-fine micro-probe (no bigger than the size of an eyelash!) penetrates the skin leading to an immediate visible reduction in the area.  The number of sessions you will need depends on the size of the area being treated and starts at just £50 a session.

2. Laser and Intense Pulsed Light (IPL)

Laser and IPL have been shown to improve age spots and pigmentation whilst improving overall complexion.  The treatment works by allowing the skin to absorb light energy in a particular target pigment colour in the skin.  This converts to heat energy which damages the cells in the target area leading it to heal itself, therefore visibly reducing the appearance of age spots and pigmentation.

To discuss any of the products above or to book a free consultation with one of our skin care specialist for personal advice and a free skin health check please contact us on 0121 308 4373.


About MediZen

MediZen are one of the "first of its kind" Doctor led, and so-called "medical aesthetic" clinics opened in Birmingham. Over the years we've helped literally thousands of our clients to feel more confident. We're NOT a Beauty Salon and we're NOT a Cosmetic Surgery Clinic. MediZen are one of the few clinics in Birmingham and the UK who specialise in offering carefully researched non-surgical aesthetic treatments backed by medical evidence