During the procedure of rejuvenation with laser, an intense beam of light energy (laser) targets the treatment area, destroying the outer layer of the skin (epidermis) while heating the underlying skin (dermis) to stimulate the growth of new collagen fibers.
As the skin heals, a new film becomes softer and firmer.
The laser is usually done on the skin of the entire face or by areas (around the eyes or mouth, on the frown or on the cheeks).
Resurfacing laser peels perform well in both fine wrinkles and deeper expression wrinkles, as it accurately vaporizes the most superficial layer of skin.
The thermal laser effect can also activate the deeper layers of the skin, inducing the production of new collagen. This makes the skin look firmer, more impact, soft and hydrated.
Laser resurfacing treatments are also effective at removing senile spots and dysromies in general, as well as vascular lesions and sequelae derived from the acne.