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Laser Skin Treatments

There are many factors that affect the way our skin ages and responds to the environment. Over time scarring, sun damage, and fine lines may develop. To get to the core of these skin conditions Revitalift uses a specialized laser. The ultimate goal is to resurface the skin, revealing a healthier and polished complexion.


IPL or Intense Pulse Light technology is FDA approved for the treatment of hyperpigmentation (age spots, freckles and melasma; the mask of pregnancy) and facial redness caused by facial veins or rosacea. These treatments also improve the appearance of photo-aged skin and may reduce fine lines, wrinkles and pore size. IPL treatments gently deliver non-ablative laser like light to restore the skin’s youthful appearance. The most common areas treated are the face, neck, chest and hands. We recommend doing this procedure in a series of 3-5 treatments.


Laser Skin Resurfacing 

Laser skin resurfacing is a procedure commonly used to help diminish fine lines, scarring, or sun damaged skin. While results can be excellent, laser resurfacing can have extended downtime.


Laser Treatments for the following conditions are available: 

  • Spider veins 

  • Onychomycosis (Nail fungus)

  • Skin tags

  • Hemangiomas (red freckles)

  • Black heads

  • Acne scars/scar revision

  • Wart removal

  • Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating)

  • Rosacea

  • Microblading Removal 


Before Your Laser Treatment:

  • Do not tan

  • Do not apply any body sprays, lotions or perfumes

  • Do not apply makeup


Aftercare and Recovery

You can return to your normal activities as directed by our providers and usually within a day or two. However depending on the treatment you my experience redness, scaling, and slight swelling for approximately a week. We ask that you remain out of the sun as much as possible for a few days following the procedure and that you wear a 30+ SPF.  A topical moisturizer and skin care regimen are offered to you to moisturize the area and prevent any scabbing.

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