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Laser Facial | Laser Skin Resurfacing

A laser facial, known as laser skin resurfacing, is a non-surgical treatment for total facial rejuvenation. Using sophisticated laser technology, this type of facial reduces any signs of aging, improves blemishes, and reinvigorates the appearance for a healthier, more radiant complexion.

Read on to learn more about a laser facial and discover if this treatment is right for you.

Different Types of Facial Lasers

There are different types of cosmetic lasers. Each laser varies in wavelength and intensity. Different wavelengths are used to treat various skin concerns. The different intensities penetrate the skin at different depths. More intense lasers penetrate deeper and result in more dramatic results. This type of laser is more invasive than the gentler lasers.

At Better Body MD, we use only the most advanced laser technologies, such as NeckTite and FaceTite. We strive to provide the safest, most effective laser facials for all patients. To learn more about the lasers we use, schedule a free consultation. During your visit, you can speak in-depth with a skin specialist to learn more about our laser facial options.

How Does Laser Skin Resurfacing Work?

Laser facials use advanced technology to resurface the skin. The laser safely penetrates the skin’s surface and warms the various layers of tissue with thermal energy. Heating the tissue causes a physiological response that rejuvenates the skin. This includes:

Cellular renewal: Thermal energy from the laser causes cellular renewal. This action helps remove irregularities in tone and texture while exfoliating the surface of dead or dull skin cells. This facial also reveals the underlying layer of new, healthy skin cells. In addition, the skin is brighter and more radiant.

Collagen Creation: Heating the deeper layers of skin tissue rejuvenates the patient’s appearance. The thermal energy initiates collagenisis or the creation of collagen. This vital structural protein supports the skin and keeps it looking taut, healthy, and youthful. Collagen breaks down, and the production depletes as we grow older. This process allows for wrinkles, blemishes, and laxity issues to age our face. By stimulating the production of collagen, laser facials rejuvenate the face by doing the following:

  • Reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
  • Tightening skin
  • Smoothing out atrophic scars
  • Reducing redness or brown spots (pigmentation irregularities)
  • Improving tone and texture

Skin Tightening: In addition to improving the laxity of skin by creating more collagen, the thermal energy causes the fibers that make up the skin matrix to contract or tighten.

Can You Use Laser Facials on Other Areas?

Laser facial treatments can treat more than just the face. Laser resurfacing rejuvenates different areas of the body. The most requested treatment areas include the neck and chest area.

What Skin Issues Do Laser Facials Treat?

  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • A dull or tired-looking appearance
  • Enlarged pores
  • Acne scars
  • Surgical scars, burn scars, or keloid scars
  • Irregular skin tone
  • Rough texture
  • Rosacea
  • Redness
  • Angiomas (red bumps on the skin)
  • Small facial veins
  • Leg veins
  • Brown spots
  • Freckles

Laser Facials Near Me

If you are ready to experience a laser facial and discover a new love for your appearance, contact Better Body MD. We are a leading provider of laser facials in the northern Virginia and greater Washington DC area. Call us at 703-687-3601 to schedule your free consultation to learn more.

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