Laser hair growth for men and women and prevention of hair loss :
laser Hair Program involves a select treatment process
specific to your condition to take control of your hair
loss and re-grow your lost hair. The program is clinically
proven to rejuvenate hair growth in more than 85% of
the people who follow it.
hair removal for permanent hair reduction :
hair removal is a medical procedure that uses laser
light ó an intense, pulsating beam of light ó to remove
unwanted hair. Laser hair removal works by passing a
light beam through the skin. The laser targets dark
pigment, called melanin, in hair. When the light beam
hits the hair follicle (where hair growth originates),
the intense heat destroys the hair follicle instantly.
acne scar reduction :
as a disease is so common and considered a normal rite
of passage, but when acne cannot be controled it becomes
a devastating disease striking most adolescents and
many in continues to haunt them into adulthood. Worse
yet acne scars can form as visible reminders of the
skins injury. The acne injury is caused by the bodyís
inflammatory response to sebum, bacteria and dead cells
in the infect area.
fine wrinkle reduction :
skin resurfacing is a treatment to reduce facial wrinkles
and irregularities caused by sun damage. The laser technique
directs short, concentrated pulsating beams of light
at irregular skin. Laser skin resurfacing removes skin
very precisely, layer by layer, resulting in fewer problems
with hypopigmentation (lightening of skin).
removal of pigment and vascular lesions and rosacea
is the dark pigment present in skin and is produced
by melanocytes. Pigmented lesions occur when an abundance
of melanocytes are found in the skin. When dark pigment
multiplies, it forms freckles, brown age spots and mole
A vascular lesion is formed by abnormally large or numerous
vessels located directly under the surface of the skin.
These vessels may be visible through the skin (Spider
Angiomas) or result in a red appearance of the skin.
A laser generates an intense beam of light. This beam
brings energy to a specific site, through a small hand
piece connected to the laser console. The laser light
is absorbed by oxyhemoglobin (bright red blood cells
carrying oxygen) and melanin/pigment (black or brown
pigment found in the skin) causing decomposition or
destruction by heat of unwanted cells while leaving
healthy cells intact.
skin is made up of two main layers, the epidermis and
the dermis. The epidermis is the layer closest to the
outside world. It's a set of skin cells on top of another
layer of cells that are in the process of maturing. The
topmost layer is called the stratum corneum. The stratum
corneum mostly acts as a barrier between the outside world
and the lower skin layers. It keeps all but the smallest
molecules from getting through. When you put lotions or
creams on your skin, some of the moisture passes through
the stratum corneum, but some canít penetrate it. This
layer is home to many minor skin imperfections like fine
wrinkle lines and blemishes. All of the action in microdermabrasion
takes place at the level of the stratum corneum.
of telangiectasia :
are small, unsightly red, purple or blue blood vessels
found along the surface on the face, upper chest, neck
and rarely on other parts of the body. Similar veins
are found on the legs called spider veins. These blood
vessels are abnormal, not necessary for any essential
body function. Removing them gives a more pleasing cosmetic
of sun spots :
the two most types of skin spots, or lesions which are
described by the term sun spots or age spots are seborrheic
keratoses and actinic keratoses. Both may be affected
by the sun, but the actinic keratosis is a precancerous,
rather than a cosmetic lesion. The seborrheic keratosis
is a brown, tan, or dark growth which often starts out
flat, and lighter in color. The growth thickens and
darkens with time and may become quite elevated with
time. These sun spots are most often found on the face,
particularly the temple areas, and also the backs of
the hands. Sun spot growths which are seborrheic keratoses
may be easily and rapidly removed by a number of methods,
including surgical, cryosurgical (freezing), or laser.
Laser treatment is the most precise method of removal.
of psoriatic lesions :
is a chronic skin disease that generally appears as
patches of raised red skin covered by a flaky white
buildup. Although the exact cause is unknown, psoriasis
is thought to be due to an immunologic dysfunction,
which accelerates the growth cycle of skin cells, causing
them to accumulate faster than they can be shed. The
treatment is more rapid and targeted therapy. This procedure
is usually repeated at least twice a week for 2-4 weeks.