Melasma & Age Spots

In case of a pigmentary disorder (e.g., melasma, age spots, freckles, vitiligo), the formation of pigments in the skin is disturbed. The result can either be an excessive production of darker pigment (hyperpigmentation) or lighter pigment (hypopigmentation, depigmentation). The are multiple causes for these deviations. Hereditary factors and hormones as well as external influences on the skin such as cold, heat, pressure, friction, cosmetics or certain medications may play a role.

People affected by pigmentary disorders often perceive the changes in their skin color as unesthetic. If this is the case, it makes sense to treat these issues. At Vistaline, we offer a wide range of effective treatment options for pigmentation disorders.


JetPeel®, an innovative skin rejuvenation system, employs a technology developed in the aerospace industry. At 200 m / s (720 h / km), a mixture of water and gas hits the skin from microscopically small nozzles and gently removes dead skin cells from the skin surface.

Chemical Peels

Medical-grade chemical peels are aesthetic treatment methods to improve the appearance of your skin. For medical-grade peels, we mainly use glycolic acid (Alpha-Hydroxy-Acid, AHA), a mild organic acid, which occurs in the sugar cane.

Q-switched Nd YAG Laser

At Vistaline, we have an array of CE certified medical lasers to treat pigmentary changes. Dipl. med. I. Rosenberg and his team would be delighted to advise you during a personal consultation which laser would be best suited for your specific needs and aesthetic goals.