What is a Laser Peel?
What Can I Expect Before & During Treatment?
Your eyes will be covered with safety shields, the laser esthetician will position the handpiece above the skin, and begin a computer-guided process to treat the selected area. The entire process typically lasts 15-30 minutes. Pain is typically minimal because the laser does not penetrate deeply. A topical numbing cream will be applied if necessary.
How Long Is Recovery & What Can I Expect?
Depending on the areas treated, most patients experience noticeable improvements in tone, texture and even coloration in 3-4 days. Many patients schedule treatments on a Friday and return to normal activities by Monday, leading to the nickname “the weekend peel.” During this period, you should avoid all sun exposure as ultraviolet rays can disrupt recovery. You may be given topical skin care products to use during the first few days following treatment.
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What Conditions Do Laser Peels Correct?
- Sun damage
- Fine lines & mild wrinkles
- Pigment irregularities
- Appearance of enlarged pores
- Small scars
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Laser Peel Pre-Treatment Instructions:
Avoid sun exposure, tanning beds and spray tans for 14 days before treatment
Avoid retinoids and topical exfoliants for 14 days before treatment
Avoid other aesthetic treatments and injectables for 14 days before