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aging you will see on your skin.


What skin issues is the photo rejuvenation used for?

  • Sun damage

  • Age spots (Pigmentation)

  • Rosacea

  • Boosting collagen


Aesthetic lasers see various chromophores (targets) within the skin, for skin rejuvenation we target melanin (browns) and red spots (vascular).  The laser light energies see these (2) conditions and allow for the elimination of unwanted veins and dyschromias (brown spots) throughout the skin.  The Aerolase NEO system is the best system to target these unwanted conditions because it incorporates a higher wavelength (1064) and has the flexibility to adjust light energies and pulse rates that allow for treatments of all skin types.  The 1064 ND-YAG laser utilizes micro-second pulse rate technology allowing for the treatments of all skin types but also eliminates the need for anesthesia since the body cannot react to tissue wounding in a shorter pulse duration.  This also eliminates any adverse effects such as hyper-pigmentation or hypo-pigmentation from the treatments and is the most efficient and efficacious way to treat both vascular lesions and pigmented lesions across the face and other body part areas.


If you’re a sun lover and you’re seeing the damaging signs of the sun on your skin, or if you’re seeing a few age spots pop up here and there the  photo rejuvenation is definitely for you.


The photo rejuvenation is the perfect procedure to bring back a health, youthful glow. It will even out your complexion and diminish the damage that time and sun does to your skin.


What is a photo rejuvenation?

The photo rejuvenation is a non-invasive procedure that helps to rejuvenate your skin. Light is used to even out the skin tone and stimulate collagen growth. Collagen is a protein that helps the skin keep its form and strength. As we age collagen decreases and we begin to see wrinkles, sagging skin and lines. Photo rejuvenation stimulates collage growth, keeping your skin youthful. The earlier you start this process the less

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