Want To Get Rid of Freckles: Now Easy, Painless And Affordable
Freckles are a common sight on fair people. Some have a few. The average is about 35 freckles, but some have more and some have a whole lot more. Many people find them quite attractive, others, particularly among those who have them, hate them, consider them to be blemishes and wish they would go away. To them, it becomes a crisis of confidence. For such people, various treatments have been available, but now a new laser treatment is here which can make your freckles vanish without a trace. If you don’t like your freckles, that is. However, would you be ready to shell out £175 for a session?
21 year old Sally Whittle of Cardiff, Wales, UK, pictured here, did. In fact she went so far as to spend £700 for four sessions to completely remove her freckles, and she loves the result. As you can see she had had rather a lot of them, and they were ruining her self-confidence, to the extent that she would put on thick layers of foundation which looked unnatural and she hated to go on holidays to the seaside as swimming would wash away her makeup.
Basically are benign spots of pigmentation that commonly appear on the upper-body skin such as the cheeks, nose, arms and shoulders. They do not cause any harm, but can darken due to exposure to the sun. However, some form of skin cancer may look similar to freckles. They are due to a buildup of melanin – a skin pigment in small spots. Some people, as mentioned before can suffer from a loss of self-confidence from an excess of freckles.
Sally went for a session of the new treatment – RevLite, and was so delighted with the result that she spent £700 for a total of four sessions that removed almost all the freckles from her face and neck. The result has helped her self-confidence no end she says and she is ready to face the world with her new blemish-free face.
How does RevLite work? It uses a pulsed beam of light of variable power, which breaks up the melanin particles. Subsequently they are removed through the natural process of continual replacement of the upper layer of the skin. This treatment has other applications too. It can be employed for skin lightening, and skin conditions like acne, and consequent scarring, hyperpigmentation, fine lines and wrinkles, and melasma, which is a dark or tan coloration that appears in patches particularly on pregnant women.
Dr. Maria Gonzales who offers RevLite treatment at her clinic at £175 per session says that she considers it to be far better than the existing Fraxel or CO2 Laser treatments as there is less pain and is faster. She also considers this a better and safer way for treating skin toning as the beam is adjustable in intensity.
So, a painless and easy way to remove freckles without a trace. If you want to, that is. You may well be one of those who happen to like their freckles. After all several high-visibility and well known personalities like Gisele Bündchen, Olivia Munn and Rachel Bilsen have no bothers with them. It is after all your personal choice. Sally, for instance, has had to endure years of bullying, and lack of self-confidence, which probably led her to take the decision. Your experience may have been just the opposite. You may have people around you – your boyfriend, your other friends who find your freckles attractive. Then again a lot depends on your personality. You could be the sort of person whose vivacity, for instance, so influence people that they hardly notice your freckles. Be that as it may, if you really want to make your freckles disappear, you can now do so. But at £175 a pop, is it worth it. What do you think?https://www.aartiinformatics.com/fashion/skin-care/how-to-remove-freckles/https://www.aartiinformatics.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/freckle-removal.jpghttps://www.aartiinformatics.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/freckle-removal-300x300.jpgACNESKIN CAREfreckle,freckle removal,freckles,how to remove freckles,laser freckle removal,red frecklesFreckles are a common sight on fair people. Some have a few. The average is about 35 freckles, but some have more and some have a whole lot more. Many people find them quite attractive, others, particularly among those who have them, hate them, consider them to be blemishes...MarieLe ConteMarieLe Contemarieleconte@aol.comAuthorMarie Le Conte is a professional writer with a degree in English from the University of Texas at Austin. She has a huge passion in literature magazines and her work has appeared in a variety of publications. She spend her free time in puppy play, and music.Aarti Informatics