Why Does Pigmentation On The Face Occur
Our skin has cells called melanocytes, which activate on exposure to UV Rays and produce a pigment called melanin. Over-exposure to sun leads to excessive release of melanin. This pigment can deposit on the top layer of our skin either evenly causing tanning or unevenly causing dark spots. Pigmentation on face and skin is an early sign of skin aging and can be prevented or cured with Kaya products and services.
Kaya Depigmentation Service
Kaya Insta Clarity Laser
Insta Clarity Laser (Q Switched Laser) is the latest technology to treat uneven skin tone and hyper-pigmentation. It is a revolutionary service that uses a Q-Switched laser that is highly safe for Indian skin to treat unwanted pigmentation on skin. Q -Switch laser creates an invisible beam of light that specifically targets the brown pigment or melanin present in the dark spots without having any effect on the surrounding skin. It usually takes about 6-8 sessions for the service to work effectively. It's a no down-time service and you may return to work or play immediately after. Kaya Depigmentation Products
Kaya Insta Brightening Micro-Mask+
Kaya Insta Brightening Micro-Mask+ is a light, silky gel, transparent rinse-off mask, enriched with a unique combination of botanical extracts including White Mulberry and Grape. This mask works with the unique Micro patch Technology which releases brightening actives into the skin and gives visibly brighter and radiant skin in just 20 minutes.
Kaya Pigment Reducing Complex Intense Clarify HD
Kaya Pigment Reducing Complex Intense Clarify HD is a light-textured, fast absorbing pigmentation cream that helps to reduce dark spots, age spots, tanning and pigmentation marks. It also prevents further darkening of the skin. The hydrating nature of the actives improves the feel of skin and keeps it soft and healthy.
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