Skin Laser Treatment With Effective Results
Get an effective laser skin treatment in Calgary by receiving Aerolase at Juvea Aesthetics! At Juvea Aesthetics, we utilize state-of-the-art technology with the Aerolase Neo Elite Laser, which administers powerful skin treatment with zero downtime. Receiving this type of laser skin resurfacing in Calgary is a painless procedure that will penetrate the deep layers of the skin and reduce the visibility of various skin conditions, such as acne, psoriasis, wrinkles and fine lines, while also encouraging robust, smooth and healthy skin.
With only a couple of Aerolase treatment sessions, you can minimize the skin factors that induce conditions that include acne, psoriasis, uneven skin texture and hyperpigmentation by killing acne bacteria and reducing inflammation. This unique Aerolase laser treatment works for all skin types and does not stress the skin thermally, so you can allude to any significant downtime. Effective as Sculptra and Exosome in remedying your skin, Aerolase treatment is a fantastic option for rejuvenated and renewed skin.
Aerolase treatment is FDA-approved to treat over 36 skin conditions. This all-in-one laser is renowned for its versatility in treating so many skin conditions that can become irritated, inflamed, and painful with a pain-free and penetrating laser, as well as encouraging cellular rejuvenation. In addition to accurately removing hair in unwanted areas, Aerolase treatment can also treat acne, scarring, uneven skin texture, reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines, psoriasis, melasma, tightening, and scarring and bruising.
One of the greatest advantages of getting Aerolase treatments is that it works well with other cosmetic treatments. With certain treatments that can be utilized alongside Aerolase, you will be able to completely enhance and rejuvenate your skin, while minimizing the visibility of certain skin conditions. Maximize your natural beauty and transform your skin for the better by getting Aerolase in combination with treatments such as chemical peels, facials, fillers, Botox, Microneedling, Microdermabrasion, Topicals, and so much more!
Preparing For Aerolase
The Aerolase laser focuses on the area and emits a pulsing laser that penetrates into the skin and destroys factors that cause these conditions, such as excess sebum and inflammation.
Yes! The Aerolase laser is safe to receive when treating various skin conditions and is also a pain free experience.
The amount of Aerolase treatments sessions ultimately varies based on the patient being treated. For example, if you are treating acne, four to six sessions are usually necessary to attain good and effective results. For other conditions, such as nail fungus, only two to four Aerolase treatments are required for effective results.
The length in which skin improvements are visible after the Aerolase treatment tend to differ and are based on the condition that is being treated and the patient. Generally, patients will see a difference in their skin after four to eight weeks if treatments are administered every one to two weeks, depending on the severity of the condition being treated.
Yes, the Aerolase treatment can effectively remove hair and even treat painful ingrown hairs. It is recommended you shave the areas you want treated two to three days before the procedure, leaving 3mm stubs of hair in place, which can be removed upon contact with the laser.
Yes, Aerolase is proven to be one of the safest treatments within the industry for darker skin tones, in part due to the Micropulse-1064 technology that alleviates pain and reduces the chances of hyperpigmentation.
For each condition being treated with the versatile Aerolase laser treatments, what happens afterward will all look a bit different. When you are getting Aerolase for pigmented spot removal, you can expect the pigmented spots to darken, scab over, and eventually slough off, and keeping the treated areas moist is imperative to avoid scarring. For other conditions, such as vascular lesion removal, the treated area may simply look like a small cat scratch for two to three weeks before it scabs over.