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Laser Skin Rejuvenation

Laser Skin Rejuvenation

Laser Skin Rejuvenation – Look younger and feel more confident!

Our Co2 Fractional Laser Treatment is custom-designed based on each client’s specific needs. Treatments can include the removal of sun and age spots, skin tags, freckles, acne scars and spider veins. Laser Skin Rejuvenation can also deliver all-over facial tightening and anti-aging properties. It has become the most asked for procedure by both male and female patients between 30 and 60 years old.

We have made improvements to our Co2 treatment to insure a more comfortable procedure. We are now having our clients pick up a Medrol dose pack at their pharmacy to lessen the effects of swelling and redness. This leads to a more comfortable post procedure healing. We also have had compliments about our new numbing cream, it is twice as strong and helps control the burning sensation during and after the procedure.

How does Laser Skin Rejuvenation work?

The laser vaporizes tiny microscopic holes in the skin, down into the dermis, to kick-start collagen and elastin production. The Co2 laser targets the water in the skin so it can be used on all skin types and on all parts of the body.

Who performs Laser Skin Rejuvenation?

During your free consultation you will sit down with our Instructors, who are all Certified Laser Specialists®, to discuss what you are looking to combat. We will then put together your custom treatment plan based on your unique skin needs. Our Certified Laser Specialists® will decide which lasers will work best for your skin condition, as well as your skin type.

What can Laser Skin Rejuvenation do for my skin?

  • Remove sun and age spots
  • Reduce enlarged pores
  • Eliminate spider veins
  • Lessen skin crinkles
  • Tighten loose skin
  • Lessen acne scars
  • Remodel Collagen
  • Eliminate skin tags
  • Overall skin tightening
  • Eliminate Capillary Hemangiomas
  • Lessen dyschromia – Sun Damage
  • Eliminate Milia and Sebaceous Hyperplasia
  • Reduce freckling and pigmentation variations
  • Help with Anti-Aging (turning back the clock)

Can I be a model for your students?

Absolutely, yes. We have classes the third week of every month and we need models for our students to practice on.  Prices are 1/2 our regularly low prices, but there are restrictions on days, times and procedures. Please call us or fill out the form on the right for a free consultation to get you started in our model program.

How many sessions will I need?

For maximum results, we recommend at least 2 treatments spaced 4-6 months apart.

What results can I expect?

The goal of a Co2 laser skin resurfacing procedure is to reduce or partially eliminate facial wrinkles or to reduce scarring from skin conditions such as acne. The results of a Co2 laser skin resurfacing treatment demonstrate improvement in the smoothness of the skin; however, a complete elimination of wrinkles or scarring is not a realistic expectation. We can turn back the hands of time, but we can’t stop them from turning.

How can I make the healing process go more smoothly?

Compliance with recommended pre and post-procedure guidelines are crucial for healing, prevention of scarring, and other side effects and complications such as hyper-pigmentation, hypo-pigmentation and other skin textural changes.

Free Consultations

We offer Free Consultations and encourage you to come in, where we can give you an exact quote.

Laser Skin Rejuvenation Pricing – (Per Session)*

Laser Peel – Erbium (Face) $200
Photo Facial (IPL) $200
IPL Hands – (per hand) $100
Co2 Fractional – Face $600
Co2 Fractional – Neck $200
Co2 Fractional – Chest $200
Co2 Fractional – Hands $200
Co2 Fractional – Stomach $200
Co2 Fractional + Erbium – Face $700
Acne Treatments –                         Starts at $25
Scar/Stretch Marks reduction –    Starts at $100
Sun Spots / Age Spots $100
Skin Tags $100
Rosacea treatments $200

*All prices are subject to change.

Possible Short-term Effects of CO2 Laser Skin Resurfacing

You may experience discomfort, a burning sensation, or pain during the first few days. A topical anesthetic is usually used to block pain during the laser skin resurfacing treatment, but some degree of discomfort will occur after the anesthetic effects have worn off. This pain may persist for several days.

Redness of Skin:
Erythema (redness) of the skin may occur for a 1-3 month period and possibly longer.

Temporary edema (swelling) or purpura (bruising) of the tissue of the treated area may occur but will subside in 3-7 days.

Wound Healing:
Oozing, weeping, crusting and flakiness of the treated area may persist for the first week.

Skin Thickening:
Textural changes of the treated skin, such as skin thickening, may persist for a variable time following the laser skin resurfacing treatment.

Milia or cysts, especially in the eyelid skin region (if the eyelid skin is included in the area of treatment by the laser energy) may occur. This occurrence happens particularly if ointments are used in the post treatment phase for a prolonged period of time.

Skin Tightness:
Sensation of skin tightness may occur (peaks at 3-8 days post treatment).

Contact Dermatitis:
Contact dermatitis may occur due secondarily to topical preparations (ointments) used post treatment.

Herpes Simplex Dermatitis (Fever Blisters):
Occurrence or recurrence of herpes simplex dermatitis is also a possible short-term effect, particularly if it is not pre-treated with an oral antiviral medication such as Acyclovir.  Please inform us of your history before we begin treatment.

Skin Itchiness:
Temporary itching in the early healing phase may occur, sometimes it may be severe.

Skin Hyperpigmentation:
Transient hyperpigmentation (darkening of the skin) is another possibility, especially in darker- skinned people. This would occur 3-8 weeks post laser treatment and is usually temporary.

Other Possible Complications of CO2 Laser Skin Resurfacing

Increased susceptibility to sun:
Because of the temporary thinning of the epidermis and dermis and reduction in the number of melanocytes (pigment cells in the skin), you may be more susceptible to the photo-aging effects of sunlight and the carcinogenic (cancer-producing) effects of ultraviolet wavelengths inherent in sun exposure and tanning devices.

The risk of scarring exists in all cases. It is variable and is often related to an individual’s genetic makeup. Scarring can be reduced by carefully following appropriate aftercare instructions and notifying us if a problem develops.

Skin Pigment Changes:
Skin color and texture changes may occur. At the junction of the treated and untreated areas, there may be a difference in color, texture and/or thickness of the skin.

Infection is a risk that occurs in any laser procedure and is minimized by proper post-procedure care and common sense.