Is the laser skin resurfacing procedure an effective method of large pores removal?
Large pores are generally produced by excessive use of make-up, cleansers and moisturizers, but a genetic predisposition can also contribute to their appearance. Large pores often lead to the appearance of blackheads and, eventually, acne. While they do not cause any physical discomfort or impede any of the body's primary functions, enlarged facial pores can cause considerable personal and social problems, if left untreated. The patient has several chemical treatments at his disposal, such as different types of chemical peelings, but these simply reduce the production of sebum and generally produce only temporary results.
Laser skin resurfacing is a relatively simple form of laser treatment that consists of exposing the designated area of the skin to the effects of a CO2 laser administered under the form of thousands of small columns of concentrated, monochromatic laser. The laser damages the external layers of the skin and causes them to exfoliate while also intensifying the process of collagen renewal and the production of new skin cells. This means that after the damaged skin will be removed, a younger, healthier layer of skin will be revealed, giving the patient an improved look. This process also leads to considerable skin tightening, which will considerably reduce the dimensions of the pores.
If performed under normal circumstances, the CO2 laser skin tightening procedure will produce excellent and long-lasting aesthetic results, although it is important to note that the equipment used in the procedure is very important. At Renew Skin & Health Clinic, we use the new DEKA SmartXide DOT CO2 Laser, one of the latest innovations in medical laser technology, in order to make sure that the laser therapy session is as non-invasive as possible.
If you wish to benefit from excellent large pores removal, simply contact Renew Skin & Health Clinic Head Office and schedule an appointment.†
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