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Laser Skin Treatment

In Relation To:

  • Acne Scars / Surgical Scars / Trauma Scars / Burn Scars / Striae / Stretch Marks

  • Rejuvenation of Non-Facial Areas such as Neck, Chest & Hands

  • Rejuvenation of Sun Damaged Skin

  • Smoothening of Rough Skin and Open Pores

  • Elimination of Melasma and Age Spots

  • Wrinkle and Skin Laxity Treatment for Aging Skin

  • Lightening of Uneven Skin Tones

Laser skin regeneration is an advanced aesthetic solution that utilizes fractional resurfacing technology to rejuvenate skin, reduce wrinkles and scarring, and decrease skin laxity while restoring aging and sun-damaged skin. 
This treatment delivers thousands of microscopic laser beams to the skin that work on both the surface and deeper layers of the skin, dramatically improving skin texture, tone and colouration.

How does Laser Skin Treatment work?

Laser Skin Treatment is an advanced aesthetic solution incorporating fractional technology. Unlike traditional lasers and light-based technologies that achieve homogenous thermal effects at a particular depth, our exclusive patented technology delivers multiple arrays of randomized microscopic laser beams to the skin.
These beams selectively coagulate a small proportion of the collimated Micro Necrotic Columns (MNCs) that reach as far down as the reticular dermis while not affecting the surrounding tissue. This technology gives good results and minimal downtime with a uniform appearance.

Laser skin regeneration rejuvenates skin by reducing wrinkles and scarring, and decreasing skin laxity while restoring aging and sun-damaged skin by working on both the surface and deeper layers of the skin, dramatically improving skin texture, tone and colouration.

Laser Skin Treatment Procedure

  • The procedure will start with your doctor applying a topical anaesthetic cream for 20 to 30 minutes.  

  • This will be wiped off after the anaesthetic has taken its action.

  • A manoeuvring gel will then be applied so that the laser device can easily glide through the marked treatment areas.

  • The laser procedure only takes between 10 to 15 minutes and is followed by an application of post laser calming gel for 20 minutes.

  • The entire procedure is completed within an hour.

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Potential Risks

  • The client may notice mild redness and/or swelling on the treated areas of the skin.

  • This will gradually subside within hours.

  • Also, the skin may rarely be pinkish for a couple of days.

  • During this time, there may be mild flaking of the skin.

  • What's special about Laser Total Skin Regeneration?

Total skin regeneration has the ability to deliver substantial improvements while leaving the skin’s outer most layer unaffected. The result is a wound healing process that stimulates natural collagen remodelling without significant downtime or risks.

  • What can you expect?​

Following a few treatments, your skin will be brighter and regenerated with renewed collagen, be tighter, pigmentation will be reduced and scars will be dramatically improved or disappear altogether. Overall improvements like brighter skin tone, smoother skin texture, reduced pore size, improvements of atrophic scars, reduction of wrinkles and improved skin elasticity are to be expected.


  • What does the procedure feel like?

Skin Regeneration is a quick procedure and will not leave any visible bruises. Patients may experience a tolerable mild heat and swelling along with slight redness, which can be expected to last for a couple of days. You will be able to resume your daily activities, including applying makeup and shaving, soon after the treatment.

  • How many treatments are required?

Skin Regeneration will give you visible results in a few sessions.

  • How long will results last?

The greatest benefit of having a skin regeneration procedure is the collagen and dermal elastin fibres are constantly being regenerated and improved for months following treatment. To maintain their new appearance, patients are asked to come in for follow up once or twice a year.


Questions & Answers

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