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Spectra Laser Peel

Evens skin tone and texture, refreshing skin, for a more youthful appearance.

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Spectra Peel is a no-downtime procedure that helps rejuvenate the appearance of aging, damaged skin. This gentle procedure is safe on most skin types and is a great way to get a quick skin refresher without the longer downtime associated with other laser procedures. It evens skin tone, reducing appearance of pigment, fine lines and acne scars, your skin will fill and look younger. The treatment can be performed alone, but works best when you have several treatments over a period of time.

Spectra Peel is the application of specialized laser energy to reduce visible skin pigmentation, improve skin tone and more. Spectra Peel not only improves uneven pigment, but can also reduce the appearance of textural irregularities and fine lines.

The laser energy works in two ways, first it gently targets the melanin (pigmentation) in the cells breaking it up for your body’s natural removal processes, and second it heats deep in the dermis causing the skin to contract and stimulate collagen. Because the treatment is gentle, multiple passes are needed in order to obtain optimal results.

What can be expected after the Laser Peel is:

  • Improvement in pore size
  • Improvement in active acne
  • Increased tone of the skin
  • Collagen stimulation
  • A cleaner complexion

Additional Information

Additional Information

BrandLutronic
Benefits
  • Reduces or eliminates the appearance of pigment, fine lines and acne scarring.
  • Long-term results.
  • No downtime.
  • Safe for most skin types.
  • Evens out skin tone.
  • Quick and comfortable procedure.
  • No daily messy creams.
  • Glowing youthful looking skin.
  • Improved overall skin tone.
  • Smoother feeling skin.
  • Gentle treatment can be performed over and over.
FAQs

What should I expect during treatment?

Your physician may apply a light layer of Spectra lotion to your skin, this lotion has a carbon base, so your skin will look as if you are wearing a mud mask. Your physician will begin treatment, by applying the laser energy to your skin. You will hear slight snapping sounds when the laser is fired and may feel a slight tingling or warmth. Your physician will make multiple passes over your skin with the laser during each treatment.

How many treatments will I need?

Treating aging skin is an ongoing struggle. Spectra Peel is such a gentle procedure that you have one time or many. With no downtime, you can stop by for a Spectra Peel before a special event and ensure you look your best. Your physician will recommend a treatment course that is right for you.

Is there any downtime?

With no downtime and minimal side effects, you may immediately return to your daily activities. Ask your doctor about scheduling a Spectra Peel today.

Does a Spectra Peel hurt?

The majority of patients report no pain, they only experience a slight warming of their skin and a light prickling feeling. Typically, no anesthesia or topical is needed.

Treatment TypeLight Therapies
Treatment Problem or ConditionAcne Scarring, Active Acne, Age Spots/Sun Damage, Dull/Tired Skin, Fine Lines, Uneven Skin Texture
Skin TypeAcneic Skin, Aging Skin
SizeNo

Usage

The Spectra Laser Peel is a no downtime skin rejuvenation. "Spectra" solution is initial applied topically to the face and allowed to penetrate for 10 - 15 minutes. It is a charcoal solution which acts as a target for the laser. The 1064nm Nd:YAG Q-switched laser is then passed over the skin 2-4 times with a couple different settings. The skin has a nice rejuvenated glow when complete. There is no pain with the procedure and it takes about 10 minutes. The procedure can be repeated in 2-4 week intervals.  People who are NOT candidates for the procedure are:  Darker skin individuals, and recently tanned skin.

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