Sun Spots and Moles

We all love the kiss of the sun on our skin however, the damaging effects of UV exposure are initially invisible, but cumulative. The development of brown spots on the face, neck, and chest is one of the most common side effects of unprotected sun exposure, in addition to premature signs of aging.

When it comes to Moles, not all of them are sinister but it is prudent to have them checked regularly. The key word is CHANGE; if you notice change in size, shape, colour, itching or bleeding, seek medical advice.

Thrilled with Result

I have had a lot of sun damage on my face, so I was constantly covering it up with concealer. When I came to see Dr. Leia-Stephen, she suggested Fraxel. I did it and I was thrilled! After the first treatment I went out with really no pain and after the next two, I just felt like I had a new face!


Treatment Options

Topical Preparations
  • 2% Hydroquinone
  • SkinCeuticals – Discoloration Defense and Advanced Skin Discoloration Corrector
Excision of lesions or biopsy

for moles or suspicious skin lesions