Laser Genesis is a non-invasive skin-treatment procedure that uses a laser that penetrates into and gently heats the second layer of the skin. This painless procedure is used to increase collagen formation and to rejuvenate the skin and is typically used to treat skin on the face. Laser Genesis can be used by people of all ages and skin tones. It is typically used to minimize scars, redness, broken blood vessels, and improve rosacea on the face.
30 to 45 minutes
3 to 4 weeks interval
WHO IS A GOOD CANDIDATE FOR LASER GENESIS TREATMENT?
Laser Genesis is a great procedure if you want to get rid of skin issues such as acne scars, age spots, angiomas, compromised skin, deep dermal heating, freckles, inflammatory active acne, hair removal, lentigines, photodamage, poikiloderma, rosacea, scar reduction, warts, and wrinkles.
WHAT CAN I EXPECT AFTER A LASER GENESIS TREATMENT?
Other than mild redness after the procedure, Laser Genesis has little to no side effects. It is best to inform your dermatologist if you have had any previous reactions to a laser procedure before getting a Laser Genesis treatment.
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE UNTIL I SEE RESULTS?
Patients usually notice a glow after the treatment. However, it will take up to three to four weeks after the treatment to see the full results of the laser Genesis treatment. It typically takes this long for the new cells to reach the surface of the skin while the skin’s collagen production continuously increases. .
ARE THE RESULTS OF LASER GENESIS PERMANENT?
It depends on what skin issue you are treating. However, a follow-up treatment may be needed to address skin conditions like rosacea or pigmentation. Results for conditions that include a follow-up treatment can last up to a year, longer if patients maintain a good skincare routine and protect their skin against the sun.
WHAT PREPARATIONS DO I NEED TO KNOW BEFORE A LASER GENESIS TREATMENT?
Do not go tanning two weeks before the treatment and make sure that your skin is clean and clear of make-up during the treatment. Inform your dermatologist if you have been exposed to longer periods under the sun before your treatment.