LASER THERAPY for the final elimination of skin spots and marks
It is a particular therapeutic technique that uses the effects of the energy generated by laser beams to obtain a biochemical response in correspondence with the cell membrane, which safely corrects many skin blemishes.
A good solution for sunspots, unwanted hair, tattoos, scars, and skin blemishes.
The treatment must be carried out by specialist doctors using specific equipment which guarantees a therapeutic and aesthetic result in a short time.
Advantages: each treatment has a recovery time of 5 to 10 days. There are few cutting-edge technologies in this field, and our studio offers some specific ones for the removal of spots, tattoos, dermatological lesions (moles, fibroids, keratoses, scars), and vascular lesions (angiomas, capillaries on the face, neck, and décolleté).
LASER: The precision that removes the inaccurate.
Discover the latest generation laser treatments according to the specific uses for which they are intended. Lasers have different wavelengths capable of recognizing a specific color, which represents their target:
- Vascular lasers
- Q-switched laser
- Fractional CO2 laser
- Laser for epilation
It has a wavelength emitting green light, capable of causing the closure of red elements, so its target will be the capillaries, i.e., everything is vascular.
It can recognize the pigment, allowing you to eliminate sunspots (hyperchromic) in a few sessions.
FRACTIONAL CO2 LASER
It uses carbon dioxide to emit a light beam that hits the water present in the tissues, allowing it to vaporize.
The laser acts fractionally on the skin. In other words, it affects only microscopic points, leaving intact others whose tissue regeneration is created with flowless healing of the skin.
The resulting cellular renewal allows it to act on micro-wrinkles and acne scars.
LASER FOR EPILATION
It targets the root of the hair and uses the hair color that comes out as a vehicle. The hair root gets pint-sized.
One session per month is performed for seven/eight sessions in total. Costs depend on the areas to be treated.