Although there are several types of cosmetic laser devices and platforms, most lasers work in much the same way. When passed across the treatment area, the laser delivers light energy deep into the dermis of your skin to stimulate collagen synthesis and tighten the underlying layers.
In the case of brown spots, the laser targets excess pigments. For permanent hair removal, it targets active-growth hair follicles.
This minimally-invasive, advanced technology is both safe and effective for most people, and can generally be performed on all skin types.
CO2 fractional laser skin resurfacing is widely considered the gold-standard aesthetic treatment for wrinkles, age spots, uneven skin tone and texture, minor scars, and other skin surface abnormalities.
The treatment uses laser energy to synthesize collagen and tauten underlying tissues in your skin. As the heated skin begins a healing process to form new healthy tissue, it becomes smoother and more youthful-looking with fewer wrinkles, age spots, spider veins, and flaws.
The CO2 fractional laser is an ablative device, which means it uniformly removes thin layers of your skin in a way that’s much like a chemical peel or dermabrasion. This technique helps stimulate further collagen production.
Photorejuvenation uses Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) technology to deliver a broad spectrum of light to your skin in gentle waves.
As the light penetrates the skin, it’s mostly absorbed by melanin, the pigments that give your skin — and your skin flaws — their color. Much like other advanced laser technologies, IPL treatments stimulate collagen while disrupting excess pigment.
IPL technology is an excellent, noninvasive way to correct or improve chronic redness, brown spots, and scarring. In addition to diminishing fine lines and wrinkles, improving overall skin texture, and tightening your pores, photorejuvenation can help diminish the appearance of a variety of skin problems, including:
Noninvasive and effective, laser hair removal is a cutting-edge technology that works by sending pulses of laser energy directly into active-growth hair follicles. Pigmentation in the follicles absorb this energy, which inactivates the follicle so it can no longer produce hair.
Laser hair removal is safe to use on almost any part of your body. The most common treatment areas include:
Most people notice a 10-25% reduction in hair after their first laser treatment, and further reductions with each successive treatment.*
*Individual results may vary