No one likes to make a mistake, especially if it can’t be corrected. We used to think sun damage was one of those mistakes—but we were wrong! Sun damage and many of its telltale signs, from pesky age spots to large pores, redness, lines, and wrinkles, actually can be reversed. Our favorite laser skin treatments are more than just beauty aids. They are also healthy-skin aids, removing dead skin cells and triggering new collagen and elastin growth. From photofacials to laser skin resurfacing, indulging in these age-defying treatments can help to undo the damage of your past and turn back the clock for healthier, younger-looking skin.
Check out three of our favorite go-to laser treatments for skin renewal this fall:
With virtually no downtime, photofacials revitalize your complexion by stimulating skin cells with powerful, non-invasive light. Photofacials are the gold standard for improving common pigmentation irregularities, such as freckles, age and sun spots, redness, and rosacea. A series of photofacials is typically needed to achieve your desired results. Many patients opt for regular photofacials to maintain their benefits.
Fractora is the latest addition to our skin rejuvenation menu. This state-of-the-art treatment stimulates new collagen growth through the use of radiofrequency energy and microneedling. It helps restore a younger-looking, more evenly-toned complexion by reducing a wide range of skin concerns, including acne scarring, lines and wrinkles, lax skin, pigmentation irregularities, and more.
Fractional Laser Skin Resurfacing
This laser skin renewal treatment creates thousands of micro treatment channels, triggering your skin’s natural healing response. Your skin generates new collagen and elastin as it heals to reveal a bevy of benefits, including diminished age spots, brown spots, facial folds, acne scars, stretch marks, body scars, sun damage, rosacea, broken capillaries, uneven skin tone and texture, and enlarged pores.
Now is the perfect time to begin your treatments. Laser skin renewal is ideal in the fall and winter because lasers hate the sun. During these seasons, sunshine is less intense, days are shorter, and your skin is more likely to be protected by layers of clothing and more frequent time spent indoors.