We all know what we do in our 20’s and 30’s will effect how we look in our 40’s, 50’s and beyond! The problem is what we now know didn’t seem so important back then. Premature ageing can be caused by:
- UV exposure
- Poor hydration
This leaves many people looking older than they feel. Fortunately, you don’t have to accept ageing appearance.
So what’s the solution?
Unfortunately we cannot rewind the clock however we can attempt to reverse premature ageing and restore the skin to it’s more youthful appearance. The latest non surgical treatment in the fight to restore the skin’s natural beauty is the Co2 Skin Laser.
New Life Clinic WA is one of the few Doctor operated non-surgical cosmetic clinics in Perth offering this latest technology. The laser skin treatment uses laser energy to create millions of microscopic treatment zones in your skin, replacing damaged skin with healthy, younger looking tissue and leaving your skin refreshed.
How does CO2 Skin Laser work?
Using the latest in anti-ageing and skin resurfacing technology, the CO2 laser uses a high energy laser beam to penetrate to the dermal layers of the skin resulting in deep dermal regeneration and triggers the production of new collagen and elastic fibres.
After one treatment you will notice an improvement to the tone, texture and overall complexion of your skin and will continue to see improvement for up to two years following the procedure.
CO2 Laser is not just a cosmetic option however can also provide treatment for:
- Skin Resurfacing – Face, Décolletage and Neck
- Skin Mole Removal
- Blepharoplasty and lower lid resurfacing
- Acne Scarring
- Scar Revision
- Keloid Scars
- Toe Nail Fungus
If you are unsure if CO2 Skin Laser can help you, come in and see us for a Skin Analysis today.
Acne Scar Treatment
Persistent and untreated inflammatory acne lesions may cause various degrees of permanent scarring. Laser resurfacing is one of the most effective ways of reducing and clearing acne scars.
Available laser treatments include ablative and non-ablative skin resurfacing. The choice of treatment depends on the type of scar (box, rolling, or icepick) and on the patient’s preferences and expectations in terms of number of treatments and downtime.
Scars result from a chaotic wound healing response leaving behind fibrotic tissue due to irregular collagen formation. There are different types of scar including atrophic, hypertrophic, contracture and keloid scars.
Available scar revision therapies depend on the type of scar, and range from topical creams for mild scarring, to grafting in the case of large, traumatic scars. Laser scar revision is an effective method for treating a wide range of scars that improves skin texture and pigment as well as functional aspects.
For acne and some surgical scars, CO2 skin resurfacing can effectively treat textural and pigment concerns. IPL can also be used to decrease pigmentation and vascular effects. Scars caused by burns and other traumatic injuries are more complicated in nature and can negatively affect the quality of life due to disfigurement, pain, bleeding, pruritus (itching) and restricted range of motion. Co2 skin resurfacing has been proven to effectively treat such scars and provide consistent and significant functional improvement as well as measurable cosmetic benefits.
Begin your New Life with New Life Clinic WA today – we are here to help
Experience the latest medically proven, professionally supervised skin care treatments. Please call for your Skin Analysis for preparing for a CO2 Laser Perth (08) 9284 2900 or email our receptionists by clicking here.
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