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Skin revitalization is a non-invasive procedure that uses latest technology to improve the appearance of the skin. The treatment involves the use of a specialized laser device that delivers targeted energy to the skin, stimulating the production of collagen and elastin fibers. This helps to reduce the appearance of skin texture, firmness, and tone.
During the treatment, our clinician will use a state-of-the-art laser device to deliver energy to the deeper layers of the skin. This energy heats the skin, stimulating the production of collagen and causing the existing collagen fibers to contract.
As the collagen fibers contract, the skin becomes tighter and smoother, reducing the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and sagging skin. Over time, the increased collagen production continues to improve the skin’s appearance, making it firmer and more resilient.
Laser skin revitalization is generally considered a safe procedure. However, there are some potential risks and side effects, such as redness, swelling, and itching.
The number of sessions needed to see results may vary depending on the individual’s skin type and concerns. Typically, multiple sessions are required to achieve optimal results, and these are usually spaced a few weeks apart.
Most people do not experience any downtime after laser skin revitalization. However, some redness or swelling may occur, which usually resolves within a few days.
The results of laser skin revitalization can last for several months to a year or longer, depending on the individual’s skin type and the severity of their concerns. However, regular maintenance treatments may be necessary to maintain the results over time.
Laser skin revitalization may be a good option for individuals with mild to moderate signs of aging, such as fine lines, wrinkles, and age spots, who are looking for a non-invasive cosmetic procedure.
It is absolutely necessary that you discontinue the use of photosensitive topical creams at least two weeks prior to your appointment. Make sure that your area is shaved and cleaned. Let your clinician know about any other medication you are taking and when your last treatment was performed.