Intense Pulse Light ("IPL") treatments are used to correct dyschromia and various skin conditions such as hyperpigmentation caused by sun, aging and/or medications. IPL can also be used to treat redness due to rosacea or broken capillaries. This process blends the complexion of the skin, evens out skin tone, stimulates new collagen, and refines pores. Consultations are required prior to treatment.
Acne IPL is an effective, light-based therapeutic treatment that has helped revolutionize the treatment of acne. The Acne IPL destroys the most common bacteria that cause acne without drugs, pain and downtime. This treatment can be combined with chemical resurfacing and other aesthetician services for beautiful, clear skin.
Skin resurfacing with fractional lasers is considered the gold standard in lasers to reverse the signs of aging. Erbium resurfacing is the original fractional resurfacing device and through numerous refinements is able to work deep in the underlying tissue to reduce fine lines, wrinkles, and uneven skin tone that often accompany growing older. Fractional laser treatments can also help reduce the appearance of acne scarring. Consultations are required prior to treatment.
The signs of an aging skin include lines, wrinkles, age spots and a downward drooping of facial features. For those patients with medium to deep wrinkling who wish to avoid surgical procedures, but desire a youthful, refreshed skin tone, Fractional CO2 skin resurfacing is the ultimate choice for a true laser facelift. Consultation is required prior to treatment.
Skin Firming with Near infrared technology
Near Infrared Technology is a safe, infrared light that heats the tissue under the skin's surface, tightening skin laxity and improving skin architecture. This helps stimulate the formation of new collagen to further enhance and tighten while bolstering the skin against future signs of aging.
Laser Hair Removal
Lasers and light sources use the principle of selective photothermolysis to eliminate hair and its potential regrowth without damaging the surrounding skin. During treatment, light passes through the skin and is absorbed by the melanin in the hair shaft. This absorption raises the temperature of the hair follicle and thermally destroys the cells responsible for regrowth. Different attributes of the light are chosen to ensure damage only to those cells and not the rest of the skin.