Erbium YAG Laser

Fractional Laser Skin Resurfacing & Rejuvenation

  • 45 minutes
  • Starting from £150
  • The Churchyard

Service Description

The Erbium Yag (Er:YAG) laser is a powerful solution for aged, sun-damaged skin that needs more targeted attention. Precise laser energy gently penetrates the skin’s layers to address damaged and older skin tissue while promoting newer, healthier skin from days gone by. Safe and non-invasive, the Er:Yag laser will leave skin brighter, smoother and youthful. ➤ What Is The Er:Yag Laser? Er:Yag laser is a high-energy pulsed light treatment that is absorbed by water in skin chromophores. Light energy is converted to heat which destroys fine layers of skin that are damaged or discolored. The new skin that grows in its place as skin heals is healthier and brighter. Er:Yag is perfect for treating scarred skin, fine lines and wrinkles, and deeper hyperpigmentation. ➤ Should I Try Erbium Yag? Er:Yag is a medical grade, powerful cosmetic cutaneous laser resurfacing treatment for moderately advanced signs of aging, scarring and skin discoloration. ➤ What skin conditions can laser resurfacing improve? The Er:Yag laser’s adjustable treatment depth and high energy absorption by the water in our skin cells make it uniquely suited for eliminating the finest lines down to the deepest wrinkles anywhere on the face, including the delicate areas around the eyes and mouth. ➤ The following skin conditions can be treated with laser resurfacing: ✔︎ Mild to moderate wrinkles ✔︎ Fine lines and “crepey” effect around the eyes ✔︎ Festoons and lower eyelid laxity ✔︎ Vertical lines around the mouth/lips ✔︎ Actinic keratosis and seborrheic keratosis ✔︎ Uneven pigment (brown age spots, freckles, melasma) ✔︎ Rough texture ✔︎ Dull complexion Contraindications: Erbium laser resurfacing is not recommended for use on darker skin tones due to risk of hypopigmentation. Er:Yag laser treatment may be unsuitable in the following circumstances: ✗ Unrealistic patient expectations ✗ If you are pregnant or nursing ✗ If you have taken Accutane any time in the past two years. ✗ If you have taken aspirin, ibuprofen or Aleve any time in the past 3 days. ✗ If you have an active herpes infection, you may not have the treatment until it resolves. If you are prone to herpes, but do not have an active infection, please inform me before the treatment. ✗ If you have a history of hypertrophic or keloid scars. Treatment Prices: Face £350 Face & Neck £399 Face, Neck & Decolletage £499 _________ Course of 3 Face - £900 Course of 3 F&N - £999 Course of 3 FN&D - £1299