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MICRO LASER PEEL

MICRO LASER PEEL

Micro Laser Peel is a rejuvenating treatment that erases visible damage and redness on the surface of your skin, making your complexion more uniform in texture and tone. It reconditions better than microdermabrasion or a light therapeutic peel can, but is less invasive than laser skin resurfacing so you won’t endure as long of a recovery period. You can get rid of fine lines, mild scars, undesirable growths (keratosis), photodamage and uneven pigment.

Why A Micro Laser Peel Works To Restore Your Complexion

The Micro Laser Peel ablates all of the uppermost layers of the skin with precision, due to its high water affinity, at a surface depth of 20 to 50 microns. A micron is a millionth of a metre, which means it does not target deeper into the mid-dermis. Therefore it is ideal for more superficial complexion problems. Your medical esthetician will select the appropriate intensity based on your concern and skin type to ensure you’ll get a maximum level of improvement without compromising your safety. Because our estheticians have performed the procedure so many times, you’ll be able to achieve highly satisfying results in a series of sessions each lasting up to half an hour. In addition, they can let you accurately know how long and what type of a recovery you should expect so you can prepare your schedule accordingly. Typically, you can expect the treated areas to be temporarily red and tender, with some peeling over the course of a few days. It is very common for patients with severe complexion irregularities to undergo both a Micro Laser Peel and ProFractional Laser treatment for total skin rejuvenation — without prolonging recovery.

If you’d like to find out more about the Micro Laser Peel treatment, please call us at 905-849-4282. You’ll receive a complimentary skin analysis and examination to determine the safest and most effective solution to your aesthetic problems.