> Reduces facial fine lines & wrinkles
> Gives the skin a more firm, smooth appearance
> Improves scars
> Reduces sun damage, such as brown spots
> Reduces skin blotches and blends skin color
> Improves pigmented and vascular conditions
> Spot treatment of various skin growths
HOW LONG WILL THE EFFECTS OF eCO2 LAST?
Obviously your skin will continue to age. However, to minimize on-going damage, consult with your doctor about preventative measures, for example, a good sunscreen, makeup etc. You may need to adopt the habit of wearing a hat or engaging in
sports earlier in the morning or later in the afternoon, away from the sun’s peak hours. These are practical lifestyle changes that will help you retain your new, healthier skin.
WHAT WILL I LOOK LIKE POST-TREATMENT?
Following treatment you will experience swelling and redness. If your doctor is aggressive during the procedure, the area treated will appear red for a longer period of time. In most cases, this issue resolves in one to three weeks. During that time, with the exception of the first few days post- treatment, you may apply makeup to tone down the redness. Normal activities may be resumed, in most cases, within 5-7 days.
WHEN WILL I SEE RESULTS?
Within a few days, new skin will appear that is smoother and more even-toned. Your skin will continue to improve over six to nine months as the new collagen builds replacing the old collagen.
WILL I NEED MORE THAN ONE TREATMENT?
It’s possible if you have deep scars and/ or deep wrinkles. Also, it depends on your own expectations. You may feel after a few months that you need further improvement. However, your doctor is the best person to assess how many treatments you might need during your initial consultation.
IS THE PROCEDURE SAFE?
Fractional treatments are approaching a decade of popularity with physicians and consumers worldwide. The eCO2 laser is designed with the finest operating features possible to provide you and your doctor the greatest margin of safety during
IS THE PROCEDURE PAINFUL?
Everyone experiences pain or discomfort to varying degrees. Your doctor will determine how to minimize your discomfort during the procedure. Topical anesthetics are applied and sometimes oral medications are prescribed. Administering nerve blocks is another option that completely numbs the area being treated.