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If you are identified as a candidate for laser therapy, we can help you right here.
Within this clinic, we offer a variety of services for hair removal, leg veins, rosacea, acne scarring, spiderveins, and café-au-lait spots. One of our most common procedures is the LimeLight Facial.
LimeLight Facial is a new non-invasive procedure that allows us to reach layers of the skin that lie below the surface, thereby rejuvenating skin.
The procedure offers the advantage of improving skin tone and surface imperfections associated with aging and sun damage. It is ideal for any part of your face, neck, or chest area with skin redness, telangiectasia (tiny veins), or brown spots.
What should I expect from this treatment?
Typically, one or two treatments are sufficient to see dramatic results. Signs of sun damage and age spots will usually fade out after one or two treatments, leaving clearer, younger looking skin. Additional treatments may be required for very large or very dark spots, densely freckled areas, or excessively sun-damaged skin. The procedure is gentle, yet provides dramatic results, with no downtime or recovery.
What are some of the common issues treated in this clinic?
- Reduction in Erythema or redness of the face, neck, or chest, including the medical condition called “Rosacea”.
- LimeLight Facial reduces the inflammation in the skin and may eliminate the need for medication.
- Flushing (sporadic redness) of the face, neck and chest.
- Pigmentation Problems (Brown Age-Spots, Melasma or Pregnancy-Mask) are characterized by uneven brown skin pigmentation.
- Stretch Marks that are red or purple in color can be faded using LimeLight Facial.
What are some of the possible side effects?
- Stinging or burning sensation during treatment.
- Post treatment redness, swelling, and “beard-rash” like effects.
- Rarely, you may develop blisters in these sites, requiring you to contact your dermatology office to assess you.
Please note: it is not recommended to treat patients with active cold sores, or facial infections. The laser rarely reactivates cold sore virus flares.