A New U Laser Procedures
Are you tired of shaving, dealing with discoloration of the skin or seeing fine lines on your face? Our laser procedures at A New U can solve all of those problems. Laser hair removal is a simple way to say goodbye to unwanted hair forever. Laser skin resurfacing and hyperpigmentation treatments can easily make fine lines, wrinkles or discoloration disappear, giving you a more youthful appearance.
Laser Hair Removal
Laser hair removal is effective in removing unwanted hair on various areas of the body. Traditional hair removal techniques, such as shaving, plucking, waxing and creams, only provide temporary relief whereas laser hair removal will make body hair disappear forever after several treatments. Electrolysis is used to safely remove unwanted hair without damaging the delicate pores or structures of the skin. The procedure can take as little as 10 minutes or up to an hour, depending on the area that is being treated.
Laser Skin Resurfacing
Laser skin resurfacing is a non-intrusive treatment that reduces the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles or discolorations of the skin. A medical laser is used to gently remove layers of skin to reveal a smoother, more youthful surface. It is often used to treat scars, tattoos or other skin imperfections The procedure typically takes about 30-60 minutes for small sections of the skin, but patients can expect a longer procedure time if the treatment covers the majority of the face. Multiple sessions of laser skin resurfacing may be necessary to achieve the desired results. Patients are advised to wear sunscreen every day and limit their time in the sun while a new layer of healthy, beautiful skin is being exposed.
Hyperpigmentation laser treatment is designed to diminish overly pigmented areas of the skin, including sun spots, redness, acne scarring, general hyperpigmentation and other types of scars. This procedure sends wavelengths of light therapy to the skin to improve skin tone without downtime. Hyperpigmentation laser treatment can be performed in less than an hour, depending on the area being targeted. Patients may experience redness or swelling following the procedure, but it will subside in a few days.