One of the most common skin conditions, such as sunspots, dark circles, fine lines, rosacea, redness, acne scars, and even pimples themselves, can be addressed with laser skin resurfacing. We have a plethora of impactful lasers available for treating these skin problems, but determining which one is best for your skin can be difficult. While the best treatment will be defined after a consultation with your dermatologist, here is a look at the top lasers for the face. Let’s have a look at what Laser Skin Clinic Brisbane can do for you.
What is Laser Resurfacing Treatment?
Laser resurfacing is a procedure that is used to cure fine lines and skin abnormalities such as blemishes and acne scars.
The method utilizes short, focused pulsating laser rays to precisely remove skin layer after layer. This well-known method is also known as lasabrasion, laser peeling, or laser vaporization.
Lasers remove the protective layers of the skin, known as the epidermis while heating the inner lining, known as the dermis. The laser beams enhance the formation of new collagen fibers, likely to result in softer and stronger skin.
Who can Opt for a Laser Cosmetic Procedure?
If you do have fine lines or wrinkles across your eyes, mouth, or forehead, shallow eczema scars, or non-responsive skin after a makeover, laser skin resurfacing may be right for you.
If you have any of the following conditions, you may be a good candidate for laser skin resurfacing:
- Acne and chickenpox scars
- Skin pigmentation is uneven.
- Scars or birthmarks on the skin
- Spots of age, spots of the liver.
- Sunburned skin.
- Skin that is unresponsive after a facelift.
- Fine lines or wrinkles around or under the eyes, on the forehead, or around the mouth
- Your nose’s oil glands have enlarged.
You may not be an applicant if you have acne or even very black skin. This method is also not advised for sagging skin. Before undergoing laser resurfacing, you must speak to a doctor to determine whether the operation is good for you.
The Outcome You Can Expect After Treatment
Your medicated skin must show an instant improvement. Your skin may remain pink or red for the next few months depending on the laser therapy. Your skin may continue to get better for up to a year, with the benefits lasting for the last several years. Normal aging will result in new wrinkles that can be handled with laser resurfacing once more.
You must stay out of the sun as much as possible and use sunscreen daily.
How to Seek Professional & Certified Dermatologists?
If you are thinking about getting laser treatment to improve your skin, we recommend that you consult with a board-certified skin specialist.
About Face Brisbane has a wide variety of high-end healthcare and beauty therapies for the skin, face, and body. Dr. Colin Campey, a member of the Australian Medical Association, leads our team of trained skin and laser specialists.
When you take a trip to About Face Brisbane, you will always get better help and treatment. We always use cutting-edge lasers and devices, as well as cutting-edge techniques, to ensure outstanding results each time.