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Freckle Removal - Freckle remover

Removal of Freckles - Some tips and Tricks

  • Bleaching agents, the most conventional treatment for freckles, have limited success in masking the appearance of freckles. Bleaching agents attempt to fade the freckles to a color approximating that of the surrounding skin. However, they can sometimes lighten or darken the skin surrounding the freckles, calling even more attention to the spots. Occassionally, bleaching agents cause rashes or chemical burns.
  • Some people have had success using alpha hydroxy acids on a regular basis, combined with sun avoidance and the use of sunblock.
  • Some dermatologists recommend prescription-strength retinoids for the treatment of freckles.
  • Modern techniques for removing freckles include freezing them with liquid nitrogen, and the use of strong acid peels or ablative laser treatments.
  • Freezing, chemical peels and ablative laser treatments, while more effective than conventional treatments, can damage healthy skin, cause scarring and require lengthy recovery times.
  • The use of Intense Pulsed Light is a new treatment option for those wanting to fade their freckles.

Remove Freckles: Freckle Remover - Laser

Freckle removal is easily achieved with lasers. Before lasers, it was difficult to remove freckles because the lesions are so small. But with laser, the treatment can be pinpointed at even a very small spot. Other methods used to remove freckles include laser resurfacing, Retin-A, and chemical peels.

Laser resurfacing is a pretty significant procedure to recover from, so it is usually done only when there is severe sun damage or undesired wrinkles to remove as well. Retin-A is a good treatment, but good results take several to many months of use of the product.

Chemical peels are of two main types, superficial, and deeper. The superficial peels, such as glycolic peels, are able to remove freckles, but usually with many repeated treatments. The deeper peels will get rid of freckles all at once, but recovery is more significant.

If you want to avoid skin discoloration, the first and the most important thing you need to do is to avoid sun exposure and wear sunscreen. This way your body will not need to produce more melanin (melanin is produced by the body in response to sun exposure).

A special laser to remove age spots and freckles on the face, neck, hands, arms and legs as well as tattoos on any area of the body. These are normally 5 to 20 minute treatments in which excess pigment in the skin is actually removed. The number of treatments required to achieve the desired effect varies with each person. Patients are advised that there is a short period of healing (usually 4 to 5 days) during which the skin may require antibacterial ointment and a Band-Aid dressing.

Freckle removing points:

Treatment is unstaisfactory. It consists mainly in:

  • Rubbing in an ointment containing 5 to 10 per cent ammoniated mercury to produce mild exfoliation of freckles, thus lightening the color. Hydroquinone ointment (2-4%) is also recommended as for chloasma.
  • Protection of the skin from the sun by sunshades or antiactinic creams or lotions, eg. Paraminol, Sol-bar, calamine lotion with 5% para-aminobenzoic acid.
  • hydrogen peroxide application to freckles.

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