Laser Resurfacing Laser Skin Rejuvenation

4 Laser Rejuvenation Treatments Your Skin Wants You to Try

Laser Rejuvenation Treatments

If acne scars are getting you down, you may be considering laser skin resurfacing. When carried out by an experienced, qualified laser technician, laser skin resurfacing treatments can help to reduce the appearance of acne scars, with the potential added bonus of also tackling fine lines and wrinkles plus addressing sun damage. Of course, deciding you might like to try laser skin resurfacing is just the start – now you need to choose the right treatment and the right med spa.

  1. Clear + Brilliant

    Clear + Brilliant is a laser skin resurfacing treatment from the makers of Fraxel® that can be a great option for both men and women interested in combatting blemishes, signs of aging or an uneven complexion. While some improvement may be seen after just a single 1-hour treatment, it’s generally recommended that you have between 4 and 6. Bear in mind that an hour is an average time for a Clear + Brilliant session and actual times will depend on the size and specifics of the area to be treated.

    If you’re planning laser skin resurfacing for acne scars and think Clear + Brilliant may be for you, speak to a laser technician at a reputable med spa to find out if you’re eligible. Generally, this procedure is suitable for all ages and skin types, as personalized treatment plans are available.

  2. Halo Pro by Sciton

    If acne scars aren’t the only skin imperfection you want to treat using laser skin resurfacing, you might want to add the Halo Pro to your shortlist. Offering the unique benefit of being able to reduce the appearance of multiple skin issues in one gentle treatment, this could be the laser skin resurfacing answer for your acne scars, uneven complexion, sun damage and dull skin.

    Combing deep dermal rejuvenation with epidermal renewal allows the Halo Pro to offer potentially superior results to other forms of laser skin resurfacing, while also remaining non-invasive for minimal recovery time.

    Your aesthetician may recommend 1 or 2 deeper treatments, or a series of laser skin resurfacing over a period of time.

  3. Sciton BBL™ Photofacial

    Photofacials can be an excellent alternative to traditional laser skin resurfacing. Sciton BBL™ Photofacial is suitable for use on the face, neck, shoulders, chest and hands, so you can address a range of issues with one treatment type. Typically, photofacials are used to treat discoloration, broken capillaries, redness and sun damage.

    Your aesthetician may recommend between 4 and 6 photofacial treatments, with each taking between 20 and 30 minutes on average. Could Sciton BBL™ Photofacial be the way to pamper yourself after a summer in the sun?

  4. Pellevé® Wrinkle Reduction

    Although it may seem unfair, it’s not unusual for people to consult with their med spa aesthetician about laser skin resurfacing for acne scars and wrinkles all at once. The non-invasive Pellevé Wrinkle Reduction can be a fantastic way of fighting the signs of aging, including wrinkles, fine lines and deep facial creases, using innovative radiofrequency technology. When you attend your initial consultation, your aesthetician may recommend combining Pellevé Wrinkle Reduction with additional med spa treatments, such as BOTOX®, depending on what results you’re looking for.

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