Use of Lasers in Anti-ageing
That said, here’s a list of anti-ageing laser treatments that prove just how efficient lasers can be to beat those signs of ageing:
#1: Fine lines and age spots
Laser resurfacing is a technique that reduces various skin irregularities such as blemishes, fine lines and spots. The whole procedure involves the usage of short, concentrated pulsating beams of light at the targeted area. This removes surface-level as well as deep lines and spots on the face, hands and chest.
#2: Enlarged pores
You’ll be surprised to know how big role pores play in keeping signs of ageing at bay. Dirty, enlarged pores invite a host of skin problems such as blackheads, whiteheads, pimples, and acne, all of which contribute to premature ageing. Dedicated laser treatment can help stimulate collagen production in the skin, which can lead to generating healthier skin cells. This treatment can also shrink the appearance of enlarged pores, and enhance your overall skin texture
One of the primary reasons for skin ageing is the decreased production of collagen and elastin, both of which are the supporting structures of our skin. The best wrinkle treatment involves the use of powerful laser technology to renew the skin by stimulating collagen and elastin production. It smoothens the target area and reduces wrinkles in no time, thus, paving the way for younger, more vibrant skin
#4: Skin tightening
On the lookout for total skin rejuvenation? Laser skin tightening is a minimally invasive procedure that uses a laser to tighten skin by heating the collagen under the skin surface. This causes the skin to tighten and look rejuvenated almost instantly after the procedure. Laser skin tightening also helps reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines and smoothens the surface for a youthful appearance.
If you’re having trouble zeroing in on the best laser treatment for skin ageing, make sure you do thorough research, and book a consultation with your skincare professional. Laser treatments are immensely delicate procedures, and it’s always better to be safe than sorry!
DR. MANJUNATH B M