The most commonly used ablative lasers are the carbon dioxide CO2 or erbium YAG where the upper layers of the skin are removed to smooth fine lines and wrinkles, for scar revision and to treat irregular skin pigmentation.
The CO2 laser is used to treat deeper lines and wrinkles and can be used on the whole face including around the eye (peri-orbital) area or around the mouth (peri-oral) area, it takes off the top layer of skin to reveal the new skin underneath.
The Techno Beauty Blast™ combination chemical and erbium YAG laser peel is a treatment that can be done once for a refreshed look or 3 sessions over 3 months for optimum results and the effects are long lasting allowing for natural ageing, as long as sun protection is used, along with a good skin maintenance regime.
A topical local anaesthetic will normally be applied to the area first for patient comfort.
The erbium YAG is also used in minimally ablative skin re-surfacing for fine to moderate lines and wrinkles.
The treatments can take between 30 minutes and an hour and the recovery time is 2-3 weeks
The Lite Peel involves:
• Pixel laser
• Erbium Yag
• Age Management Peel A rejuvenating Pixel laser peel harnesses the effects of thermal dynamic energy coupled with mild micro beam ablation for subtle yet revitalising results.
This combination treatment sees the effects of the Erbium Yag laser, coupled with the Age Management Peel. The peel is tailored to visibly reduce the signs of ageing by stimulating cell turnover and tightening skin tissue by removing unwanted dead skin cells to improve tone. The skin is fully prepared which is essential for excellent overall results when using the latest laser technology.
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