Friday, 20 November 2015

laser skin treatment guide

Hi everyone,

How are you all? I've been having a really bad skin period and I've been thinking about Laser skin treatment so I thought I would share my thoughts/guide with you all. Just incase you are having the same issues.

A Brief Laser Skin Treatment Guide

Laser skin treatments go by a lot of names. Sometimes the process is called just laser treatment, or sometimes it's known as laser skin resurfacing. It can also be called a laser peel or lasabrasion, depending on the clinic and the exact procedure that you are having. But by any name there's no denying the popularity of lasers for correcting a wide variety of skin problems.

Skin Issues That Can be Treated with Lasers
You might think of lasers as only working to get rid of fine lines and wrinkles, but that's simply not the case, especially in the last few years. The industry is constantly changing, and now there are machines that can help with many more skin problems than that.

For instance, let's say that you have old acne scars that you want to be rid of, or even a birthmark that makes you feel uncomfortable. Well, there are lasers that can help with that. The same is true if you have cellulite dimpling on the surface of your skin, sun spots, random scars, or any other blemishes. Today's laser devices can even be used to reduce the appearance of or entirely get rid of tattoos in certain cases, not to mention the lasers that help to remove unwanted hairs.

How Lasers Actually Treat the Skin
As you can see, there are many different lasers to choose from, depending on what you want to do. However, they all work in the same basic way. That is, they heat up your skin. The heat from the beam can remove unwanted hair, encourage skin to repair itself, or zap away surface blemishes. So, whether you have used laser equitment to treat skin problems in the past or not, newer laser technologies are definitely worth exploring.

Why Lasers Are Sometimes the Best Option
If you want to completely resurface your skin, you actually have several options. Among them are microdermabrasion and chemical peels. You might be wondering why lasers are the better option. The simple reason is that they are more precise. A laser beam can target very specific spots on your skin, whereas other treatments might not be as accurate. Also, laser treatments are often less painful and come with less side effects than other methods.

Why Lasers Are Sometimes the Worst Option
Of course, it's also important to note that lasers aren't for everyone. In fact, they might be your worst possible option, especially if your skin is oily. That's because the heat from the laser can actually intensify when it comes in contact with the oils in your skin, causing burns and scars. You can also experience burns and other problems if you have the procedure done by a technician that isn't properly trained.

The Laser Procedure Recovery Process
One of the things that many people love about laser procedures is how fast they are and how short the recovery time usually is. You can be back to your daily activities within an hour or two, in most cases. However, depending on the exact treatment, you might experience a little puss, oozing, or scabs for a short time. It's important not to touch the area too much or pick at the scabs, as that could cause scarring. Your technician may also send you home with a specific moisturizing lotion to use during recovery.

What do you think? Have you had laser before?
MissLJBeauty xoxo

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