Laser Skin Rejuvenation

How to Decide Which Sciton Laser Treatment Is Right for Your Skin

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Laser skin treatments have come a long, long way since the first ones entered the market in the mid-1960s. Today, there are many different types of lasers that can treat a wide range of skin problems on varying skin tones. This is perhaps one of the reasons why these treatments have become so popular among both women and men in recent years.

If you’re having trouble deciding which laser skin treatment could benefit your skin the most, take a look at this breakdown of a few of the top Sciton laser treatments and who they’re best for.

Halo™ by Sciton Laser Skin Resurfacing

If you’re bothered by the appearance of wrinkles, acne scars, sun spots or enlarged pores, you may be a good candidate for Halo™ laser skin resurfacing. Halo is a hybrid fractional laser that uses different wavelengths to target varying skin depths and therefore achieve optimal results. It works by gently heating the underlying tissue without harming the surface of your skin, which stimulates collagen and cell renewal.

Within the next 3 to 4 days, your skin should start to peel, revealing a fresher, brighter layer underneath. Most people see continued results over the next weeks and months, and you may be able to see even more enhanced results with a series of 2 to 4 Halo treatments.

Sciton Contour TRL Laser Peel

The Sciton Contour TRL laser peel can be an excellent option for women and men who want to improve the tone and texture of their skin, as well as erase deep lines and creases and scars. One of the many benefits of the TRL laser peel is that it can be adjusted to various strengths based on your unique skin type and concerns. For this reason, most people are able to see their full results after a single treatment.

Expect your skin to look red and/or slightly swollen immediately after your TRL peel. These side effects should diminish over the next few days, and most people are able to return to their normal routines around 3 to 4 days after their appointment.

Sciton BBL™ Skin Rejuvenation

BroadBand Light Therapy, or BBL, is typically used for creating a more even skin tone and eliminating redness. Rosacea, telangiectasias, cherry angiomas and visible veins are some of the most common conditions treated with BBL skin rejuvenation. However, this top laser skin treatment can also help to brighten your complexion, combat signs of aging and improve acne scars and freckles.

BBL treatments are highly customizable and don’t usually require any downtime, so you should be able to get right back to work and other activities after your appointment.

Sciton’s Forever Young BBL can combat skin aging on your face, neck and even hands.

Sciton Laser Hair Removal

If you’ve been thinking about getting laser hair removal, these cold winter months are the perfect time to start. LHR works by targeting the pigment in your hair follicles and thus deactivating them. Over a series of several treatment sessions spaced a few weeks apart, you should see less and less hair in the treated area, until you reach a point when you no longer have to shave to remove unwanted hair.

While you may need a touch-up session here and there in the future, the majority of your hair will not grow back after laser hair removal, leaving you with smooth, hassle-free skin.



How to Decide Which Sciton Laser Treatment Is Right for Your Skin
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What are the benefits of laser skin treatments, and which one is right for you? The team at SpaVie in Plymouth, Minnesota explains your options.
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