Reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Injectables can help you look rejuvenated with no surgery and no downtime.
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Help to enhance your skin’s natural texture, tone, and appearance. Whether it’s hair removal, damage from the sun, acne scarring, or just age, laser skin treatments can help stimulate your skin and promote an improved appearance.
Our industry-leading chemical peels and Microdermabrasion treatments can help to improve the look and feel of your skin. Our anti-aging treatments help to repair and nourish the skin, promoting improved overall skin health.
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Hair grows in cycles. The laser is only effective on hair in its actively growing cycle. At any one time, there will only be a certain number of hairs in a growing phase. This means that consistent treatments at appropriate intervals are absolutely necessary for the best possible results. The number of treatments required depends upon your skin, hair colouring, coarseness of the hair and density per treated area. The laser hair removal system causes permanent reduction in the number of hairs growing in an area. Because hair grows in three phases, and each hair goes through these stages independently, it is almost impossible for one laser treatment to permanently reduce all hair in a given area. While individual results may vary, patients typically find that it takes 6 to 8 treatments to get the desired results.
Melasma (Chloasma) is a disorder of cutaneous pigmentation stimulated by estrogen. Though it does not pose any health risk, it can be cosmetically embarrassing since it usually appears as large brown-grey patches on the face, symmetrically on the cheeks/lips/forehead, and occasionally on the neck/arms. Though the cause of Melasma is wholly unknown, some common causative factors include:
- Pregnancy, birth control pills, hormone abnormality, and prolonged exposure to sunlight
- Mostly affects women, although it may occur uncommonly in men
- Tends to effect a more olive or dark complexion
- Is more commonly found on individuals who have a previous family history of the condition
Treatment of Melasma can be difficult, especially the more severe or “deeper” type. In fact, there is sometimes a concern the condition may worsen when treated. However, several effective treatment options are available. In our practice, we have found that Intense Pulsed Light and Chemical Peels combined with Home-Care products help to improve Melasma of different cutaneous layers and severities.