Laser Facial Treatment

What is Laser Facial Treatment?

Have uneven skin tone? Suffering from dull and dehydrated skin? This is your go to treatment.

Here at Aesthetica Cosmetic Clinic we offer state of the art Q switch laser technology that is TGA approved and clinical proven to get results. Our Q switch laser can treat varies skin concerns with limited down time.

Laser Toning can be performed for multiple skin concerns, at Aesthetica we thoroughly do a skin analyse prior to any treatment so correct settings and treatment are used to give you the optimal results for you skin each time.

Laser toning is a non-surgical cosmetic correction method that utilizes lasers to penetrate the deeper layers of skin to treat and correct skin concerns. Laser Toning can regenerate your skin healing ability to address the following skin issues.

- Dark spots or blemishes
- Acne Scaring
- Sun Spots
- Freckles even if they are genetic
- Wrinkles and fine lines
- Birth Marks
- Melasma
- Dark Circles
- Spider Veins
- Saggy eye lid skin
- Post inflammatory hyperpigmentation
- Un even skin colour, tone and texture
- Unwanted hair
- Smokers Line
- Skin Tightening
- Vascular lesions

How Does Laser Toning Treatment Work?

This cosmetic procedure uses low energy from the laser to reduces melanin and heals pigment irregularities. Furthermore, laser toning stimulates collagen while reviving the skin texture. Due to the rapid nano-second pulsing, no thermal energy is released which allows for safe and extremely low risk therapy of pigmentation clearance.
Its low energy breaks down the pigments. During this toning procedure, these broken melanin particles are absorbed by your bloodstream and eliminated from the body.
Laser toning works on the principle of heating the target part without destroying it. This thermal injury under control promotes melanin metabolism naturally and elevates skin hydration. It shrinks pores, refines your skin, smoothes fine lines, and lightens black spots.
Thus, this procedure doesn’t damage your superficial skin layer. However, it slowly eliminates skin concerns from the deep layers.
So, your skin will look brighter, rejuvenated, even-toned, and plumper.

What are the advantages of Laser Toning?

• Promote collagen production
• Restore skin’s natural ability to heal it.
• Reduce fine lines and folds naturally.
• Minimize open pores.
• Stimulate blood vessels to constrict and function
• No or little downtime, with rare and minimal after effects such as redness, and skin irritation, though these go away within a couple of hours.
• Enduring results that last for months, and even years
• Brightens skin

How is Laser Toning treatment performed?

After using a gentle cleanser and exfoliant to remove make-up or skin care products we start by using a mild alcohol swab to degrease the skin to allow better laser penetration. The therapist will thoroughly analyse your skin to determine what laser toning treatment will be suitable and beneficial for your skin and concerns. The laser toning can take up to 25 mins depending on how many passes and ends with an LED and Clinical products.

How many sessions are required for laser toning?

At Aesthetica we like to tailor treatment plans but on average it usually requires 4-6 sessions. You can start noticing the results after 1-2 sessions. For melasma, it requires a minimum of 10-12 sessions with an interval of two weeks.

Pigmentation Spot Treatment

What is Laser Spot Treatment?

Laser spot treatment is a Flash similar to a camera flash. The frequency of that light is best absorbed by the dark pigmented spots in the skin. The surrounding light skin, which is not pigmented, does not pick up that light very well, so the dark pigmented cells absorb virtually all of the light’s energy and simply peel off after a few days.

The laser treatment itself takes approximately 10 -minutes and is mildly uncomfortable. The sensation you feel is similar to a rubber band snapping on your skin. One treatment is often enough to be effective, but some people may want to do as many as three treatments depending on the level of sun damage.

It’s not uncommon for people to have brown spots on their hands, arms or face. The pigment is consistent and you usually can’t feel them because they’re flat, not raised.

These brown spots are often referred to as age spots, liver spots or sun spots. In medical terms, these brown spots are known as lentigines, which are basically sun spots caused by damage to the skin. Lentigines tend to make our skin look weathered, old and unsightly.