Laser Treatments And Why You Should Use Them

Laser Treatments And Why You Should Use Them

Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the prettiest of them all?
– You are! But you could do with a little laser touch-up, though

While they say beauty is in the eye of the beholder, we have to agree there are things we collectively cant stay immune to.

Certain lines and shapes, particular colors and forms they seem to attract, wow and fascinate.

One of those things everyone enjoys seeing is a smooth skin thats soft to the touch and gorgeous on the eyes.

The beauty business has almost reached its peak with a multitude of treatments that are now available for both women and men; from cosmetic surgeries to fantastic laser treatments those who pay a great deal of attention to beauty and wish to keep their skin looking fresh and feeling silky are definitely in luck.

Our favorite in the beauty industry these days is the magical laser, and heres why:

  • Laser treatments can be used for a range of issues
  • They are safe with a great effect
  • Unlike products that come in a bottle, lasers work every time
  • They aid in spheres from hair removal and aging skin to acne scars and unsightly veins

Types of Laser Treatments:

Anti-aging

In the last few years, lasers have come to the forefront of anti-aging beauty treatments; endorsed by not only the regular people but celebrities, too (Jennifer Aniston praised the method calling it ‘laser porn’), laser anti-aging treatment is the new it beauty thing to go for.

For those who want to keep things simple, there is the option of a resurfacing treatment.

So, how does this work?

Owing to the magic that is the amazing fraxel laser, this fantastic laser-treatment effectively changes the texture of all skin types and colors.

Its an FDA-approved fractional laser technology thats on a mission to restore your skin to its original state. In a blink of an eye your skin will have a perfect texture and a fresher, smoother, younger look with its texture and tone improved.

The unwanted brown spots, acne scars and surgical scars as well as the reduced fine line lines and wrinkles will become a thing of the past.

You can also opt for photorejuvenation which plumps out fine lines and wrinkles through the laser-stimulated production of collagen in the skin.

Laser Hair Removal

Its by far one of the most popular laser treatments.

A short burst of light is used to zap the skin’s surface; the light is then absorbed by the pigment in the hair, which damages the hair follicle and prevents hair from re-growing.

Bad news is that laser hair removal has next to no result on people with ginger, white and grey hair; the best candidates are those with pale skin and dark hair.

Also, for the laser hair removal to be successful, you’ll need several sessions for all hair to be permanently removed.

Further, permanent hair removal is not guaranteed even though its often advertised as such.

Correction Treatments

Rosacea, age spots, acne scars and other brown skin blemishes can be broken down using a laser.

Further, it has proven successful in treating them on both the face and legs, so that they gradually dissolve.

And, you know what?

That tattoo you got back in in 1999?

That can also be removed using a laser. 🙂

So…Who Are Laser Treatments Meant For?

Simply put, virtually anyone who wants to improve their look quickly and effectively.

Naturally, all treatments should be considered and approved by your surgeon who will determine whether you are a good candidate depending on your skin type, issues you have with your skin and then suggest the best treatment.

Whichever treatment you chose, make sure you find the time for recovery in your schedule, because otherwise none of it will take effect.

Good luck! 🙂


Laser Treatments And Why You Should Use Them

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Elise Morgan

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Elise is fitness girl from Colorado. She is health and fitness fanatic who adores hiking, long bicycle rides, paragliding and all sorts of extreme sports, after all she did spend hundreds of hours in the air. She loves writing about her health, adventures and experiences. You can reach Elise at elisesmorgan@gmail.com.

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