Laser treatments are the use of a laser device to tackle various issues within the body.
It works by using high concentrations of energy to emit short, concentrated beams of light at irregular skin that a patient wishes to have some sort of improvement on.
The laser will remove skin ever to slightly layer by layer without “peeling” that skin off.
As you can see in the video above, the laser doesn’t cause any visible changes to the surface of the skin. This is due to the treatment penetrating through the pores and down in the epidermis.
Many clinics now prefer to use this treatment because it is non-invasive and downtime is minimal. When treating someone around the cheeks and forehead they’ll look a little red in the face afterwards but this settles down quite quickly.
What makes using a laser different for the patient?
This all depends on what the patient’s needs are. Laser can be used for many different ailments:
- Dark spots
- Warts & Mole Removal
- Acne Scarring
- Skin Rejuvenation
- Skin Texture
- Tattoo Removal
That doesn’t include the fact that lasers can also be used for eye correction therapy, although this is mainly carried out by optometrists and not in cosmetic clinics.