Pixel Skin Resurfacing Treatments
Due to the high risk/benefit ratio that laser skin resurfacing has, less invasive ways to treat photoaging signs have been sought for years. During recent times, non-ablative fractionated skin resurfacing has been done more and more since it combines great results with little or no downtime. Both mild to moderate wrinkles and skin discoloration can be treated. With the High Power Pixel® 2940 handpiece on the Harmony®XL, patients now have the treatment option of fractionated skin-resurfacing treatments as part of Alma’s consumer-friendly Laser360 procedures. The process is so gentle that the neck, chest, hands, and face can all be treated with minimal risk.
IPL Photofacial Treatments
As the baby boomers reach retirement age, anti-aging procedures continue to increase in popularity. Photoaging symptoms such as brown spots and broken capillaries can be easily treated using broadband light lasers. They can also treat facial wrinkles non-ablatively, adding to a youthful look, as well as erythema of rosacea and superficial telangiectasia. These imperfections can be eliminated and replaced with newer, more youthful skin using the low-energy, short-pulse broadband light. Patients love the procedure as it’s gentle and involves no downtime. Most procedures can be done during a lunch hour, and no one will even notice you had work done. They’ll just see better-looking skin.
This procedure uses four revolutionary technologies over a period of 60 days to create brighter, younger, and healthier skin. Don’t ever accept aging as it happens again. Laser 360 can turn back time, smoothen fine lines and wrinkles, and reverse skin discoloration. And you can accomplish all that in very little time.
Laser Hair Removal
Laser hair removal is the most popular non-invasive aesthetics treatment on the market today, with an annual growth rate of 18 percent, and is great for all skin types. There are certainly many ways to deal with unwanted body hair, but very few of them can eliminate the growth of new hair without damaging the surrounding skin. Lasers and other similar procedures use the principle of selective photothermolysis. The light passed through the skin and is absorbed in the hair shaft. This in turn raises the temperature of the hair follicle and destroys cells responsible for regrowth. This particular type of light is used to only damage the regrowth cells and not the surrounding skin.