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    Have you noticed any new or darkening spots on your face? There’s a good chance that it’s hyperpigmentation, a harmless but often unwanted side effect of sun damage. Sometimes called liver spots or age spots, hyperpigmentation is typically found on the face and hands because those areas get the most sun throughout our lives.

    These dark spots can prevent your skin from looking even-toned, and as any unwanted skin condition, can have a negative impact on

    confidence. That’s why we’re here to help!

    At Heartland, we have several services that are specifically designed to tackle skin discoloration.

    Sun Lovers Facial: If you’ve spent too much time in the sun, this facial is for you! Not only will you find it relaxing, but the inclusion of Vitamin C will help brighten up your dark spots.

    ZO 3-step peel: There is a chemical peel for everything, and this one may be the one for you if you’re tackling age spots. Using a combination of proven ingredients, this peel process is started in the office and finished at home.

    Microdermabrasion: This tried and true skin treatment works by manually exfoliating the skin, helping to reveal the new, healthy skin beneath. Patients treating sun damage will benefit most with a series of microdermabrasion treatments.

    Permea Clear + Brilliant: This gentle laser treatment works to improve pigmentation and brighten skin tone. Patients of all ages can benefit from this laser.

    Skin brightening products: A high quality skin care routine is key to improving skin tone at home. We can customize the best product regimen for you as you tackle hyperpigmentation and any other skin concerns.

    Before you begin a treatment plan, it's important to see a specialist who can confirm that the issue is from sun damage, and can help create a treatment plan.

    There are other causes for skin discoloration, such as melasma, which is caused by hormonal shifts rather than sun exposure and requires a different approach. Our experts are here to guide you as you reach your skin care goals.

    Schedule to see us and we’ll work together to help you say goodbye to sun damage and hello to even, beautiful skin!

    Have you noticed any new or darkening spots on your face? There’s a good chance that it’s hyperpigmentation, a harmless but often unwanted side effect of sun damage. Sometimes called liver spots or age spots, hyperpigmentation is typically found on the face and hands because those areas get the most sun throughout our lives.

    These dark spots can prevent your skin from looking even-toned, and as any unwanted skin condition, can have a negative impact on

    confidence. That’s why we’re here to help!

    At Heartland, we have several services that are specifically designed to tackle skin discoloration.

    Sun Lovers Facial: If you’ve spent too much time in the sun, this facial is for you! Not only will you find it relaxing, but the inclusion of Vitamin C will help brighten up your dark spots.

    ZO 3-step peel: There is a chemical peel for everything, and this one may be the one for you if you’re tackling age spots. Using a combination of proven ingredients, this peel process is started in the office and finished at home.

    Microdermabrasion: This tried and true skin treatment works by manually exfoliating the skin, helping to reveal the new, healthy skin beneath. Patients treating sun damage will benefit most with a series of microdermabrasion treatments.

    Permea Clear + Brilliant: This gentle laser treatment works to improve pigmentation and brighten skin tone. Patients of all ages can benefit from this laser.

    Skin brightening products: A high quality skin care routine is key to improving skin tone at home. We can customize the best product regimen for you as you tackle hyperpigmentation and any other skin concerns.

    Before you begin a treatment plan, it's important to see a specialist who can confirm that the issue is from sun damage, and can help create a treatment plan.

    There are other causes for skin discoloration, such as melasma, which is caused by hormonal shifts rather than sun exposure and requires a different approach. Our experts are here to guide you as you reach your skin care goals.

    Schedule to see us and we’ll work together to help you say goodbye to sun damage and hello to even, beautiful skin!

    Contact us

    Complete the form below to schedule an appointment or ask us a question.


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