Laser Skin Tightening
What is Laser Skin Tightening?
Wrinkles are an inevitable part of getting older. Our skin starts to lose its natural elasticity and oils, especially as it is exposed to sunlight, forming more lines and creases. The changes are most obvious on the face and neck, and can make us look older than we really are. Using effective sun screens and moisturizers can help, but some of us are just genetically more prone to wrinkles.
Laser therapy has been shown to increase collagen, a protein beneath the skin, literally pushing the wrinkle out from the inside, resulting in smoother and younger
Gentle Pro lasers reduce the appearance of wrinkles
Proven results without toxins or needles
Gentle Pro devices incorporate state-of-the-art technology which delivers short pulses of light energy into the skin. These laser pulses are typically delivered very quickly over the affected area, slowly and gently warming the skin until therapeutic temperature is reached. Ultimately, the light pulsed laser energy stimulates the production of collagen, improving the appearance of wrinkles from the inside out
Gentle Pro lasers are a world recognized leader in laser hair removal and also treat a myriad of other skin conditions. Ask your provider if Gentle Pro™ laser treatments are right for your needs.
Gentle Pro lasers are used by dermatologists in more than 86 countries
What you can expect
1. The number of treatment sessions required varies from patient to patient but is usually between two and four.
2. Each session usually lasts between 15 and 30 minutes, but again will vary depending on your individual needs.
3. You will be able to resume normal activities after, each session, but you may be given specific advice, such as avoiding the sun or abrasive skin cleansers on the treated skin for a few days.
4. After the treatment, a cool compress or gel pack may be applied. If you do have any redness or swelling after treatment, this should resolve in a couple of hours. Permanent side effects are rare but should be cussed with your practitioner.
5. You should always follow specific instructions from your healthcare provider.