It’s almost impossible to go through life without damaging your skin in some way. Most damage comes from the sun, we know this, but we still like being out in the sun it makes us feel great. As a result all of us have some sun-damage. Other attributing factors include living an unhealthy lifestyle, or even stress. As we age all of these can manifest themselves in different ways on the skin.
Although the latest lotions and potions make various claims, many topical treatments are not very effective because the damage is distributed too deep within the skin. This is why people turn to skin rejuvenation.
Main reasons for people seeking rejuvenation include:
• To gain more even skin tone (less blotchy or less pigmentation)
• Refine the skins texture to get a more radiance
• Smooth skin to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and lines
• Generate collagen for a tighter-feeling skin and a healthier looking skin
• To resolve recurring conditions, such a dryness, laxity, or redness
Skin rejuvenation offers a procedure that pays true testament to its name; a complete transformative treatment to restore your skin to a fresh, youthful-looking appearance with many signs of ageing and damage eliminated or reduced.
Here at Doctors Laser Clinic our skin rejuvenation programme primarily involves the using the Harmony Laser to offer targeted treatment. The laser produces different wavelengths of light which are absorbed by pigment within the skin. Minor damage to the skin is caused, resulting in a natural healing process instigated by the skin need to stimulate cell regeneration and repair.
There are such a range of treatments now offered in the term ‘skin rejuvenation’ that we would always advocate a full skin assessment where we can ascertain which specific treatment will be in your skin’s best interest.
We of course offer and a range of treatments to complement and work alongside the laser treatment to ensure your skin really appears as its beautiful best. Sounds good right? Call us at 01603 360360 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.