Freckles and liver spots are one of the growing concerns for many individuals. Melanin is the primary determinant of human skin color and also found in hair. Areas of the skin contain especially high concentrations of melanin and are typically caused by an excess of pigment commonly due to excessive sun exposure, aging, and congenital factors. Common pigmented lesions include freckles and liver spots, cafe-au-lait, post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation, freckle, and moles. Pigmented lesions vary widely in size, shape and depth. Superficial pigmentations can be effectively treated with appropriate chemical peels. Deeper pigmented lesions require laser treatments in combination with topical medications. Skinlife Vancouver provides comprehensive and effective treatments for a wide range of pigmented lesions, including freckles and liver spots (solar lentigine), melasma, Nevus of Ota, ABNOM, and cafe-au-lait spots.