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Co2 Laser Skin Rejuvenation/Resurfacing

Renew Your Skin, Revive Your Beauty: Fractional CO2 Laser – Precision Meets Perfection

  • 1 hour
  • From 250 British pounds
  • 10 The Churchyard

Service Description

CO2 laser skin treatment, also known as Fractional CO2 Laser Resurfacing, is a non-invasive therapy that utilizes a carbon dioxide laser to remove outer layers of damaged skin and stimulate the regeneration of healthy skin underneath. This advanced aesthetic technology delivers the laser energy in a fractional pattern, creating microthermal zones and leaving surrounding tissues intact for faster healing. Benefits: 1. Skin Rejuvenation: It reduces signs of aging such as wrinkles, fine lines, and sunspots. The treatment promotes collagen production, resulting in firmer and more youthful skin. 2. Scar Reduction: Highly effective in diminishing the appearance of acne scars, surgical scars, and other skin irregularities. 3. Pigmentation Correction: It helps in evening out skin tone by reducing hyperpigmentation, age spots, and freckles. 4. Skin Tightening: The laser treatment tightens loose skin, especially around the jawline and neck, by encouraging new collagen. 5. Texture Improvement: It smoothens the skin’s surface, refining enlarged pores and improving the overall skin texture. 6. Versatility: CO2 lasers can be used on various parts of the body, including the face, neck, chest, and hands. 7. Long-Lasting Results: With proper skin care and sun protection, the results can last for years. Potential Side Effects: 1. Redness and Swelling: Post-treatment, the skin might appear sunburned or swollen, which typically subsides within a few days. 2. Peeling: As the skin heals, it will peel, revealing new, rejuvenated skin beneath. 3. Sensitivity: The skin will be more sensitive to the sun, so rigorous sun protection is necessary. 4. Infection: There is a slight risk of bacterial, viral, or fungal infection which can be managed with proper post-treatment care. 5. Hyperpigmentation: In some cases, the treatment might trigger an overproduction of melanin, leading to darker patches, which are usually treatable. 6. Scarring: Very rare but possible, especially if post-treatment care recommendations are not followed. 7. Prolonged Redness: For some, especially those with sensitive skin, redness may last longer than usual. 8. Milia: Small, white bumps may form on the treated area but are generally temporary. Sessions can last from 30 minutes to 2 hours. The treatment is most effective for fair to medium skin tones, and a consultation with a specialist is advised to ensure suitability and to understand all aspects of the procedure.

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Contact Details

  • 10 The Churchyard

    +447394893353, 07423 615820

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