If you’re searching for a laser treatment that can provide powerful rejuvenation to even the most sensitive parts of the body, like the face, neck and hands, look no further than the Erbium laser, the newest addition to our extensive catalog of treatments! Erbium laser resurfacing offers a number of benefits, like diminished lines and wrinkles, improved pigmentation and much more. This deeply penetrating laser will leave you with visibly refreshed skin as quickly as one to two weeks following your treatment.
Let’s explore the unique capabilities of Erbium laser skin resurfacing:
Thanks to the depth control built into the laser platform, Erbium is one of the most precise devices on the market, able to target tiny areas like moles without damaging the surrounding skin. Erbium laser resurfacing can be used in sensitive areas such as around the mouth and eyes, as well as the face, hands, neck and chest.
Fewer side effects than comparable treatments
Compared to other laser skin resurfacing treatments, Erbium causes much less damage to tissues surrounding the treatment area. This means you’ll experience fewer side effects like swelling, bruising, redness and bleeding that are typical for treatments with comparable results. As a result, recovery time is also quicker than with other treatments, such as CO2 laser resurfacing.
Offers wide-ranging improvements
A powerful treatment, Erbium laser resurfacing can help:
● Prompt new collagen and elastin growth
● Soften rough skin texture
● Tighten lax, sagging skin
● Improve age spots
● Treat hypo- or hyperpigmentation concerns
● Smooth away fine lines and wrinkles
How to prepare for Erbium laser resurfacing
To ensure your best results and an easy treatment process, it’s important to keep your skin in tip-top shape with the following tips:
● Arrive at your appointment with clean skin
● Avoid heavy sun exposure for four weeks prior
● Avoid deep facial peels, including chemical peels, microdermabrasion and other laser resurfacing treatments for four weeks prior
● Consult with your aesthetician to determine if you should refrain from Retin-A, glycolic acid or vitamin C prior to treatment