Laser and BBL procedures are the perfect way to visibly reduce signs of aging skin and prevent premature aging. These procedures are non-invasive and require minimal downtime.
To understand more about these procedures and how they can benefit your skin, we suggest you start with a consultation. Your Aesthetic Laser Technician is highly trained and will give you an honest analysis of the procedure, explain the technology behind it, and give you an understanding of how it can impact your skin.
All medical services available through Skin Rejuvenation Clinique, Inc. are safely performed within the medical practice of Manuel Lopez, MD, FACS and Board Certified Facial Plastic Surgeon.
Forever Young BBL
The only device that removes sun damage and changes the expression of genes associated with aging! Amplifying the capabilities of BBL technology, Forever Young BBL is an innovative combined treatment that dramatically improves the skin. A retrospective study revealed some amazing results; patients treated with Forever Young BBL four times per year over the course of a decade appeared to not have aged at all, and their skin looked 10 years younger than their actual age!
ProFractional XC Wrinkle Reduction
Uses a precision laser beam to treat thousands of pinpoint regions of skin. This provides deeper stimulation of rejuvenating collagen for a firmer look and improved skin health. ProFractional is especially effective for different types of scars (including acne scars) and advanced signs of aging.
Micro Laser Peel – The Weekend Laser Peel
A MicroLaserPeel skin resurfacing is a quick and effective treatment that uses a special laser to address conditions on the top layer of your skin. The treatment removes a thin layer of damaged skin to improve texture and provide a more youthful appearance. It provides superior results because it can be administered with great precision of depth.
Skin Tyte works by depositing infrared heat deep into the dermis, which is where our collagen and elastin fibers are found. The immediate response to the infrared heat exposure is a contraction of the collagen and elastin fibers. Longer term, fibroblasts (cells that make collagen) are activated which stimulate the production of new collagen and elastin in response to wound-healing which continues to take place for up to 6 months after the initial heating. This tissue remodeling results in a thickening of the dermis and shrinking of elastin fibers plus the contraction of collagen, resulting in the improvement of the skin’s firmness.