Laser Skin Tightening
The process of using a laser to stimulate collagen production, treat deep pigmentation, melasma, and tone pores for a brighter, smoother, healthier complexion.
Laser Carbon Peel
A skin toning treatment that incorporates a carbon mask applied prior to the laser procedure. The addition of the carbon mask helps deeply exfoliate the skin, assists with clogged pores, treats oily and acne skin, and has a detoxifying effect
Laser Pigmentation/Melasma Treatment
A procedure that effectively treats melasma and skin pigmentation using a laser that targets the melanin in the skin.
Uses an Intense Pulse Light that targets pigment issues such as brown spots, sun damage, and red spots.
IPL Skin Toning
Uses an Intense Pulse Light to trigger the body’s natural production of collagen, resulting in healthier and firmer skin.
CO2 Skin Resurfacing
Creates channels in the skin using a carbon dioxide laser. The ablation promotes collagen, treats severe sun damage, deep wrinkles, uneven tone and texture, acne scars, and is great for skin tightening. Depending on the aggression of the treatment, downtime can be between 2 days – 14 days.
IPL Acne Clear
Uses an Intense Pulse Light to treat acne scars, clear acne breakouts, and help prevent future outbreaks by destroying bacteria.
Uses an Intense Pulse Light to treat rosacea (redness and visible blood vessels in the face) and broken capillaries (known as spider veins).
Uses a diode laser to remove vascular skin lesions such as small spider veins and telangiectasias.
Microneedling – Basic MicroPen
Creates tiny channels in the skin to stimulate collagen production, skin rejuvenation, and hair growth.
Utilizes tiny microneedles with zones of radiofrequency to help build collagen and achieve skin tightening. It creates tiny microchannels deep into the dermis where the collagen is produced, which makes it extremely effective for wrinkles, skin laxity, and scarring.
A technique that uses injections to rejuvenate and tighten the skin. Different serums such as vitamins, enzymes, growth factors, and peptides can be used.