The Nano Laser Peel removal, known by some as the “Weekend Peel”, works by using light energy in an innovative process to remove the top layers of the skin. These layers commonly contain wrinkles, acne scars, and other buildups.
What happens after a nano peel?
Immediately after your Nano Peel, the treated skin will be dehydrated, with a frosty, white appearance. This dry tissue will then be sloughed away over the next few days, giving way to fresh, healthy skin. Downtime will last for four to five days, during which time the skin may be red and tender, resembling a sunburn.
How often should you get a nano peel?
MAINTENANCE: A series of 2-4 treatments (spaced 6-8 weeks apart) is recommended for optimal results. Single treatments will still provide results for 6-12 months.
How does Nano laser peel work?
A NanoLaserPeel™ is the ultimate rejuvenating tool for combating dry, dull, and tired-looking skin. Using light energy, the treatment removes the top layers of your skin at a depth that catalyzes and accelerates the skin’s renewal process.
Does Nano laser peel hurt?
One of the primary advantages of NanoLaserPeel™ is that it causes little pain because it does not penetrate very deep into the skin. At its most shallow settings, most people can tolerate treatment with no anesthetic at all. At deeper settings, a topical numbing cream is typically used.
What should I do after Nano facial?
A cold compress or an ice pack can be used to provide comfort if the treated area is especially warm. This is typically only needed within the first 12 hours after the treatment. After skin is healed, your skin will continue to build new collagen for up to 2-3 months.
Is laser or Microneedling better?
Laser treatments can often provide quicker, more dramatic and long lasting results than microneedling treatments. Because lasers deliver heat to the skin we see more side effects (such as temporary darkening or bruising) and longer downtime due to post-treatment swelling and redness.
What is a halo facial?
Halo combines deep dermal rejuvenation with epidermal renewal. Unlike lasers of the past, which often deliver treatments that are too shallow or too deep, Halo’s unique Hybrid Fractional Laser technology is able to precisely target skin damage at the right depth.
What are chemical peels for face?
Chemical peels are used to treat wrinkles, discolored skin and scars — usually on the face. They can be done alone or combined with other cosmetic procedures. And they can be done at different depths, from light to deep. Deeper chemical peels offer more-dramatic results but also take longer to recover from.
What is ProFractional?
What is ProFractional? ProFractional resurfacing is another popular and highly effective laser treatment by Sciton®. This is an ablative laser skin resurfacing treatment that works by targeting the deeper levels of skin in order to stimulate collagen remodeling and to renew the overall appearance of the skin.
What is a nano facial?
Our Nano Facial is an award-winning facial treatment that can refresh, restore, and renew your skin using Nanotechnology to temporarily create micro-channels in the skin’s surface, allowing products and nutrients to be deeply penetrated to the dermal layer where collagen stimulation happens.
What is micro laser peel?
A MicroLaser Peel utilizes a scanning erbium laser to remove the outer layers of your skin in a safe and precise manner. We choose the depth of the peel based on your specific skin and how much downtime you can tolerate. We can perform MicroLaser Peels from very gentle to very aggressive, and everything in between.