All we wish for is having clear skin. Skin is the most important and visible part of our body. It performs various functions such as it provides a sense of protection; it saves us from various environmental hazards. Our skin suffers from multiple torments, injuries, and the use of harsh products that may damage our skin. You name any problem; our skin has to suffer. Age also plays a factor that affects our skin the most.
Whatever may be the problem or reason, it always reflects our skin, especially on our face. There are skin conditions that include wrinkles, blemishes, acne, etc. The list of problems related to our skin is very long. With age, you are going to get saggy skin, wrinkles, dark circles, etc. You might use various techniques to reduce these problems, such as medications, anti-aging products, all say to provide an adequate measure toward these problems. But they don’t offer an effective or permanent solution to redress any of the skin problems. This is where laser treatment could help you to get rid of these skin issues.
How is Laser Treatment going to help you?
Lasers are the sources of high energy that focus on the small spots using high-intensity light. The laser beam gently vaporizes the skin tissues to treat scars, wrinkles, cut skin tissues, or sea blood vessels. The broad spectrum of the Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) can specifically treat pigmentation and blood vessels. The technique precisely removes the skin layer by layer through the concentrated beams of lights at irregular skin.
Skin Conditions you can Treat through Laser:
Laser therapy is used to treat various skin conditions and ailments, including:
- Acne scars
- Unwanted hair
- Spider Veins
- Unwanted tattoos
- Smoker’s line
- Skin tightening
- Vascular lesions
- Uneven skin tone and texture.
- Droopy, dry, saggy eyelid skin and dark circles
- Pucker marks and frown lines
- Crow’s feet around the eyes
- Brown spots and uneven skin color
- Fine lines, age spots, and wrinkles on the face
Laser treatment can be used to treat these many other skin problems and diseases. With all-new improved and advanced technology, you can get clear skin which we all wish to have.
Various types of lasers are used in skin laser treatment. There are two broad categories of laser treatment; these are:
It uses an intense wavelength of light which is ejected into the skin. It helps to remove the outer layer of damaged or aged skin. Laser treatment stimulates the underlying skin; it results from collagen formation and helps in improving wrinkles. When the laser treatment is completed, an ointment is applied to the skin, and the skin dressing is done. The laser treatment heals the skin and forms new skin, which is tighter and smoother.
Ablative laser technology heats and removes the top skin tissues, whereas non-ablative, which is also a non-wounding treatment measure for skin, works under the surface of the skin layer. This non-ablative treatment stimulates collagen growth and tightens the underlying skin, improving the skin tone. The not-ablative measure also helps to remove fine lines and skin damage.
Light-based treatments are not exactly laser treatments, but they are often used to cure skin problems. They are also very similar to laser treatments in terms of purpose, procedure, and results. Some of the most often used light treatments are:
- Photo Facial
- Intense Pulsed Light
- Pulsed Dye Lasers
- Pearl Cutera Laser
- Ultrasound Imaging
Results and Recovery
The results and recovery time might depend upon the technology, and the treatment used, whether it is laser or light-based, and also the condition of the skin of an individual. If performed properly, the laser and light-based skin treatments can help to improve the skin conditions that you can be visibly seen. Laser Treatment always helps you to rejuvenate your skin.
Laser Treatment is a surgical procedure, and as we know that there is some risk associated with surgical procedures. Sometimes the laser and light-based treatments might cause infections, cold sores, cysts, or skin darkening (if exposed to the sun directly after the surgery).
Non-ablative treatment may also cause temporary hyperpigmentation, blisters and may also cause damage to the eyes from laser exposure.