Laser resurfacing in Chester can help you regain your youthful glow. If you have damaged skin caused by aging, too much sun exposure, scars and acne, or generally have a problem with loose or lax skin and wish to improve the pigmentation, laser resurfacing is a procedure you may want to consider. At Epilight, we provide this procedure on a level that is nothing short of professional. Our priority is your skin, so we give you only the best treatment that is true value for your money. Our team is caring and always strives to put your needs first.
Our aim is to deliver state-of-the-art, clinically proven treatments with the highest standard of medical care. In Chester, laser resurfacing is one such treatment. We use Clearlift, a painless non-ablative approach to laser skin resurfacing. It is a new alternative to traditional laser surgery, as it is completed fast with no need for downtime. This is perfect for those who have a busy work schedule or barely have enough time to spare for a major procedure. Clearlift is gentle enough to treat around the eyes, mouth and even chest. It works beneath the dermis of the skin to stimulate collagen and elastin production and to break down patchy melanin and redness or veins. The result is firming and tightening of the skin and improvement in fine lines. The Pixel Perfect Fractional CO2 Laser emits luminous energy that passes through the skin and is mainly absorbed by water found in the tissues. It stimulates fibroblasts to produce new collagen and elastin. By doing so, old fibres are replaced and damaged collagen is replaced with new regenerated skin, for that youthful, healthy look.
If you wish to give laser resurfacing in Chester a go, feel free to contact Epilight today. With over 20 years of experience, you’re sure to be in expert hands. Our specialists will answer an questions you may have about the procedure. Take advantage of our free consultation and do not hesitate to inquire about our other services as well. You’ll leave our clinic feeling even more confident about yourself.