Although it’s often overlooked, unevenly toned skin can affect the appearance of your makeup and can even make you look older than you really are. For people suffering from skin conditions like melasma and post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation, a flawless skin tone might seem even more elusive. Laser toning is one of the most effective treatments for melasma and post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation.

Laser toning uses lasers such as the Enlighten or the Medlite Yag Laser that can reach deep into the skin and break up the pigments, leaving you with a brighter and clearer complexion. Laser toning is very comfortable and incredibly safe; instead of high heat, it uses a very gentle laser that leaves your skin undamaged. That safety also lends a quality of adaptability, so it is perfect for people of all skin types and those with other existing skin conditions. 


Before and After

Pigmentation Sun Damage Treatment using Laser Toning

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Dr. Sheetal Sapra

Dr. Sheetal Sapra is a leader in the field of Dermatology, and a pioneer of new technologies aimed at improving the lives and looks of his patients.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How long does laser toning last?

    This treatment is a gradual process, and usually requires approximately nine appointments spaced four weeks apart. Patients may need to return for touch up treatments. 

  • Is laser toning safe?

    Laser toning is a quick procedure that often has very little, if any downtime, has minimal discomfort, and a low risk of complications. 

  • How much does laser toning cost?

    Package pricing begins at $1,500. Contact ICLS for more information on our laser toning options.

Aftercare and Recovery

Use sunscreen daily with an SPF of at least 30. The nurse will work with you to create an individualized post-skincare regime that will help to maintain and improve your overall results.