You’re a dark spot patient, a patient who gets the occasional pimple or acne, and you’re tired of hearing about dark spots.
If you’re like most people, your dark spots are pretty benign, but it’s important to understand what dark spots really are, how they work, and how to treat them.
But before we get started, let’s take a look at what dark spot treatments look like, how to properly treat them, and what they can do for your skin.1.
Treating Dark Spot Problems with Bright Light Bright light therapy, also called direct light therapy or high-intensity light therapy is a form of light therapy that involves illuminating areas of the skin with an intensity high enough to light up dark spots, like dark circles.
This is called high-energy light therapy because it’s the highest intensity of light you can get, usually 1,000 to 2,000 times more intense than direct light.
The goal of high-impact light therapy treatment is to help your skin heal faster by making it harder for the dark patches to form and to reduce the amount of dead skin cells (the dead cells are dead skin, but they aren’t dead cells, they’re dead dead skin tissue that can’t produce new cells and have no function).
Light therapy is typically applied on the top of dark patches, around the edge of the dark area.
High-intensity lights are also applied on top of patches that are slightly darker, and the light is applied at a much lower intensity.2.
Treatment of Dark Spot Disease and Dark Spot Repair Dark spots are usually caused by a combination of factors, including: A defect in the melanin cells in your skin that has caused them to turn dark.