What Are the Benefits of Laser Skin Resurfacing?

Are you considering laser skin resurfacing for better skin?  If you are looking for an effective way to revitalize problem skin, laser therapy is a great choice, because it uses light and heat to rejuvenate the skin cells.

What is laser skin resurfacing?

Laser skin resurfacing is a facial rejuvenation procedure in which laser energy is used to remove damaged layers of skin, and improve overall skin tone and texture.

There are different types of laser skin resurfacing options available, and the treatment selected will depend on the patient’s skin type, their aesthetic goals, and the specific conditions being treated.  

What are the benefits of laser skin resurfacing?

  1. Addresses a range of skin concerns

Laser skin resurfacing treats a range of skin concerns, and leaves the skin healthier and younger-looking.  It smooths wrinkles and fine lines, improves skin tone and texture, reduces the visibility of acne scars and blemishes, minimizes pores, and more.

  • Boosts collagen production

Collagen is a protein that is naturally produced by the body, and helps keep the skin plump and firm.  However, collagen production wanes with age, resulting in issues such as sagging skin and fine lines and wrinkles.  Laser skin rejuvenation promotes collagen regeneration, which improves the health and beauty of the skin.

  • Minimally invasive

Laser skin resurfacing is a minimally invasive aesthetic treatment, so there are fewer risks and complications when compared with facelift surgery.  There is also less downtime (click here to learn more).

Are you ready to improve your complexion, and reduce visible signs of aging with laser skin resurfacing?  Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in the Beverly Hills, CA area, Rodeo Surgical Art is our featured practice.

You can reach them at www.rodeosurgicalart.com, or by calling 310-652-4500.

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