Promote Smooth, Evenly Toned Skin with Laser Genesis

Laser Genesis Skin Rejuvenation treatment utilizes advanced science to promote smooth, evenly toned skin in both women and men. The Laser Genesis system penetrates deep into the dermal (second layer of skin) tissue where collagen (fibrous proteins) is produced to stimulate an increase in new collagen formation. Laser Genesis treatment helps to reduce the appearance of scars, uneven facial textures, minor wrinkles and enlarged pores.

Laser Facials improve redness, skin texture, uneven pigmentation, and photo aging. In addition, they can help to reduce pore size and may lessen fine lines on the face.*

For the right candidates, treatment with Laser Genesis can provide a healthier and more rejuvenated appearance.

How Laser Genesis Works

Laser Genesis delivers repeated microsecond pulses of energy to the skin, targeting and heating multiple layers of the dermis. The procedure is relatively comfortable and needs no anesthesia. The best results are usually seen after about 5 treatments, but this definitely varies with each patient.

Is Laser Genesis Safe for Everybody?

Laser Genesis is safe for treating patients of all skin types and is ideal for light to medium skin types. Those who exhibit skin conditions like redness, broken or dilated capillaries, large pores, fine wrinkles, discoloration, and uneven texture should consider Laser Genesis.

What to Expect After Laser GenesisTreatment

Because Laser Genesis doesn’t wound the skin surface, recovery is easier than comparable laser procedures. Patients may experience some minor redness that usually only lasts a few hours. Along with the corrective benefits of Laser Genesis, the procedure has been shown to stimulate collagen growth, meaning the structural, elastic properties of the skin are being improved as well as its outward appearance.

*Please note that results may vary from patient-to-patient and cannot be guaranteed.

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Before & After

*Please note that results may vary from patient-to-patient and cannot be guaranteed.