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Effective Laser Skin Treatments

Laser skin treatments, including IPL (intense pulsed light) treatments, restart and regenerate your skin. In fact, in 30 minutes our Alma Harmony XL laser starts the skin restoration process. No waiting and wondering if your skin will look, feel, and heal better. It will. In fact, clients often see rapid results, yet keep in mind it takes about 3 weeks to see full results.

The before and after of skin laser treatments produce real-time short-term and longer-term results. And best of all, it's a comfortable treatment engineered to bring out the best in your skin's appearance. It heals and restores your skin. This blend of patience, skill, and FDA approved technology does wonders for both skin and self confidence. Results sometimes may vary with individuals, however usually four to six treatments are all that's required to bring your skin back to its full potential.

Laser skin treatments at Althea AgeWell provide our clients the following benefits:

  • Little or no pain.
  • Acceleration of cell regeneration.
  • New tissue creation.
  • Collagen fiber density increases.
  • Fast results with full results occurring after about 3 weeks.
  • Laser skin treatments with an FDA approved device to ensure your safety.
  • Treatments administered by certified, experienced laser technicians trained to help your skin look its best.

The technical term for laser skin treatments (specifically IPL treatments) with the Alma Harmony XL laser is "IPL photorejuvenation." This process removes superficial pigments caused by photoaging and other causes, resulting in a more youthful appearance. Although it's sometimes called a "photofacial," the procedure may be applied to other areas as well such as the decolletage (chest), hands, and arms. It's "non-ablative," meaning that it does not destroy tissue. The word restoration sums up well what these unique laser skin treatments can do for your skin.

Call us today to set up an appointment for your laser skin treatment.

By Mira Indorf