Solutions for Melasma,
Hyperpigmentation and Solar lentigines

Dark Spots in Phoenix, AZ and serving Arizona residents

Are you tired of dealing with dark spots on your skin and searching for a convenient, effective solution? Look no further!

Dark spots are caused by an increase in melanin, the pigment that gives color to our hair, eyes, and skin. They come in various forms such as freckles, sunspots, melasma or post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation. Factors that can trigger an increase in melanin include sun exposure, hormones, age, and skin injuries. Sun protection is the most important thing you can do to prevent hyperpigmentation!

Here at Aury Health, we will carefully assess your unique skin condition and develop a personalized treatment plan for those stubborn spots.

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Common types of dark spots

Post inflammatory Hyperpigmentation

Post inflammatory hyperpigmentation

PIH occurs after skin inflammation or injury, such as acne, burns, cuts, and inflammatory skin conditions.

Sunspots or Solar Lentigines

Sunspots or Solar Lentigines

These dark spots, also known as liver spots or age spots, are caused by long-term sun exposure. They usually appear on sun-exposed areas like the face, hands, shoulders, and arms.



Small, flat, tan or light brown spots that are genetic in nature. They are usually more pronounced in fair-skinned individuals and tend to darken with sun exposure.



Brown or gray-brown patches on the face, particularly on the cheeks, forehead, nose, and upper lip. It is often triggered by hormonal changes, such as pregnancy or oral contraceptive use.

topical cream
Azelaic Acid

  • An anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial agent that helps prevent dark spot formation as a result of your acne, and lessens the appearance of existing darker spots.


  • A mild steroid which has been shown to be safe and effective in preventing skin aging.


  • Mild steroid that can decrease irritation caused by other active ingredients and superpowering the depigmenting effect of tretinoin and hydroquinone.

Kojic Acid

  • An organic acid used topically for its depigmenting and antioxidant benefits. Like hydroquinone, kojic acid works by inhibiting the tyrosinase enzyme to prevent melanin synthesis.


  • Mild steroid that can decrease irritation caused by other active ingredients and superpowering the depigmenting effect of tretinoin and hydroquinone.


  • A skin-lightening agent which fades dark spots by inhibiting the tyrosinase enzyme to prevent the excess melanin formation in skin.


  • A topical B vitamin with proven anti-inflammatory efficacy that reduces swelling and redness associated with acne, and helps with sebum control while also breaking down excess melanin to minimize pigmentation and the appearance of dark spots.

Tranexamic Acid

  • One of the newest players on the market to reduce the appearance of dark spots. Tranexamic acid is often used in combination with other topical agents to address multiple pigment-formation pathways.


  • A form of vitamin A that speeds up skin cell turnover to treat wrinkles, acne, and dark spots.

Vitamin C

  • A powerful antioxidant that can inhibit melanin production and brighten the skin.

But that's not all! Our teledermatology service goes beyond just treatment recommendations. 

We will provide you with comprehensive skincare advice, including tips on sun protection, lifestyle modifications, and product recommendations to prevent future dark spot formation and maintain a radiant, balanced complexion.

Don't let dark spots hold you back any longer. Experience the convenience, expertise, and exceptional care of Aury Health in Phoenix, AZ services today. Your journey to clearer, brighter skin starts now!

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