At Elite Aesthetics & Wellness, our team can help create a personalized treatment regimen to help reduce the appearance of stubborn pigmentation. We believe in the effectiveness of VI Derm Beauty for the best results.

Post-Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation & Melasma Regimen

Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation occurs after there is an injury or inflammation to the skin, such as a thermal burn or acne. Melasma is a skin disorder that is characterized by light brown, dark brown, or grey patches of skin. It often affects pregnant women because of hormonal changes. If you are dealing with either of these forms of hyperpigmentation, the following skin care regimen can help you achieve a more even complexion.

  • Gentle Purifying Cleanser
  • Retinoic Serum
  • Skin Lightening Complex 4% Hydroquinone
  • SPF 50 Daily UV Defense Broad Spectrum Sunscreen

Sun Damage Regimen

Sun damage is a common cause of hyperpigmentation. It occurs when the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) light damages DNA in the skin at a cellular level and may include freckles and age spots. The following skincare routine can help to combat sun damage for beautiful skin.

  • Gentle Purifying Cleanser
  • Retinol Age-Defying Treatment Moisturizer
  • Retinoic Serum
  • Skin Lightening Complex 4% Hydroquinone
  • SPF 50 Daily UV Defense Broad Spectrum Sunscreen