RevLite Laser for Skin Resurfacing and Pigmented Lesions
Collagen and elastin make up the support structure for our skin. As we age, that support structure weakens, forming wrinkles. Laser revitalization treatment uses powerful laser technology to refresh the skin by stimulating collagen and elastin production. It works fast to minimize wrinkles and improve the appearance of the skin on various areas of your body, such as your neck, cheeks, hands, arms, smooth away smokers’ lines around your mouth, and reduce crow’s feet around your eyes.
Take Years off Your Skin with Just One Treatment
The Rev Lite Laser may be used for
- wrinkles around the eyes (periorbital wrinkles)
- crow’s feet
- wrinkles around the mouth (perioral wrinkles)
- frown lines
- lipstick lines
- smokers’ lines
- facial wrinkles
- treating wrinkles with minimal discomfort
- younger-looking skin without drastic facial changes
- dramatic, yet natural-looking results
Look as young as you feel with Lincoln Park Aesthetics’ laser revitalization treatment that reduces unwanted signs of aging, including wrinkles around your eyes and mouth. Just one laser treatment can diminish the deepest lines without surgery, with minimal downtime, and with long-lasting results.
You can also treat other areas of the body, such as hands, arms, and décolletage.
Pigmentation affects so many people. Although some types of pigmented lesions exist at birth, often pigment represents one of the first signs of aging. That is why it can be so important in the fight to reverse the signs of aging.
Using the principle of selective photo thermolysis, light-based treatment targets different chromophores in the skin. Chromophores selectively absorb the laser or light energy as heat and yield the desired response.
These optimal wavelengths of light clear pigmented lesions by targeting melanin. The damaged pigmented lesions are then cleared by the body. They undergo a mild desquamation and slough off, removing the appearance of the lesion from the skin.
Most pigmented lesions will require only a few treatments to be completely removed. Darker, deeper and larger pigmented lesions may require additional treatments. Please discuss with your esthetician.