Frequently Asked Questions About Laser Genesis
Laser Genesis is a facial skin treatment meant to reduce wrinkles, tighten skin and pores, reduce sun damage, oil production, and diffuse redness meant to rejuvenate the skin to ensure a healthier glowing complexion. At the offices of Dr. Daniel J Leeman in Austin, TX, we can use this process to help your skin shine.
What Is Laser Genesis?
Laser Genesis uses laser technology to heat the dermis on the face and neck, which is a deeper layer of skin under the surface and this stimulates the growth of collagen, which makes skin look healthier and more vibrant. A great bonus is that Laser Genesis also treats rosacea and will help to reduce skin redness. Diffuse redness is caused by dilated capillaries that can cause general redness around the cheeks and nose. The primary use of this treatment is to make your skin look and feel younger. We want to help make you look how you feel.
What Can I Expect?
Many have compared getting a Laser Genesis treatment to feeling the sun warm their face. It’s about as calming and relaxing as a normal facial. One of the many benefits is that while also treating several skin conditions, the treatments only last about half an hour and there’s no need to miss any work. During your treatment, you won’t need any numbing cream, but the specialist will cleanse your face and give you goggles for your eyes. As said, the treatment itself will be soothing and painless.
How Many Treatments Will I Need?
The amount of treatments relies on your skin type and but the average is about 3-6 treatments each about a month apart. The results are gradual, but you’ll begin to notice skin that is smoother and more radiant. When you speak with a qualified professional, they can help guide you to a treatment plan that works the best for you.
Is It Safe?
For this treatment, the laser is ideal for light to medium skin types. It is still safe for all skin types though. The pulses of low energy are distributed evenly with a steady rise in temperature to ensure that the patient is both comfortable and safe. If you have any concerns, consult with our team before treatment.
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