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Through advanced medicine and technology, people are living longer, healthier and more active lives. And in this new era of fast track careers and spreading social influence looking good is more important than ever before.

Studies show over a person’s appearance can have a significant influence on careers, social life and self image, which more than likely accounts for the steep increase in skin rejuvenation procedures the past few years. We have  experienced explosive growth rates in all light-based cosmetic procedures over few years as demand increased and aesthetic technology continued to advance.


Most of today’s cosmetic patients are likely to be 30 to 50 something urban professionals. These busy patients need to maximize improvements in skin texture and appearance while minimizing downtimes. They need a safe, fast and reliable treatment option that won’t slow them down.


Wrinkles, age spots, sunspots and spider veins – medically known as hydrides and pigmented and vascular lesions are outward manifestations of aging or sun damaged skin. Once simply accepted as a fact of growing older, these skin imperfections can now be safely and easily treated. New light based techniques have provided today’s cosmetic patients with virtually painless, non-surgical options. A comprehensive skin rejuvenation treatment may include several treatment goals simultaneously; the improvement of fine lines and skin texture, and the removal of age spots and spider veins.


Skin rejuvenation is a broad term that usually refers to the anti-aging effects achieved through treatment by a dermatologist or aesthetician. A more comprehensive definition divides the field of skin rejuvenation into several categories; the removal of pigmented lesions known as age or sun spots, the removal of vascular lesions also known as spider veins, the improvement of skin texture, and the smoothing of lines and wrinkles.


The stimulation of new collagen growth occurs in response to a mild thermal insult in the reticular and papillary dermis.


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