CO2RE® Laser Skin Resurfacing
What is an Ablative Laser?
There are two main types of lasers employed in facial rejuvenation:
Ablative lasers – They remove thin layers of the skin’s surface, removing sunspots, evening pigment and enabling fresh skin to form from below. The CO2RE treatment uses an ablative laser for skin resurfacing.
Non-ablative lasers – These are non-wounding lasers. They stimulate collagen production and help to renew underlying skin.
Non-ablative laser treatments for skin beauty are less invasive and require less downtime than ablative treatments. They may, however, require multiple treatments to match the results of an ablative treatment.
Before and After Results
Ideal candidates for CO2RE treatments have fine lines, furrows and other types of deep wrinkles, discoloration, rough texture (acne scars), age spots, or skin damaged by exposure to the sun. It is ideal for anyone seeking younger-looking skin without the long downtime associated with conventional resurfacing procedures. You should speak with your practitioner about your complete medical and skin history to minimize the potential for any negative reactions.
You can expect some moderate discomfort during the treatment, but the anesthetic applied before the procedure typically makes any discomfort tolerable.
Generally, you’ll see the difference you want after only one treatment. In the days after the treatment, your skin will gradually look softer and smoother, with less unwanted pigmentation. The fine lines, wrinkles, age spots, and uneven texture will start to show improvement.
Immediately following the procedure, you can expect a sensation similar to a sunburn, lasting several hours. There is a possibility of redness and swelling post treatment. You can expect peeling of dead skin from the treatment area. This is a natural exfoliation process that may last 7 to 10 days.
Remove acne scars, deep wrinkles, and correct uneven skin texture with the revolutionary CO2RE laser skin resurfacing treatment. Book your free consultation or appointment with us today!